Enzo Ferrari may be spinning in his grave, but the daring SUV still promises to be a sales success.
After Porsche, Lamborghini, Maserati and Aston Martin, Ferrari, another traditional sports car company, founded 72 years ago, made its first recreational vehicle. Maranello also did not want to give up the huge revenue and increase the number of this car on offer; It is enough to look at the example of Lamborghini, which sold 8,405 cars last year, of which 5,021 were a super SUV called the Urus.
Recently The photos finally appeared on social media, Showing the Purosangue (Thoroughbred in Italian), Ferrari’s first recreational vehicle without camouflage, with only a few months left before its world premiere. By the way, this is not the brand’s first SUV, like Submitted to FF in 2011 All four wheels were already driven.
From the secret photos, it is clear that Ferrari’s designers wanted to keep the body shape of the sports car as high as possible despite the long body, large wheels and spacious five-door body. This has been tolerated, the lines are sexy, the front end is short, the bonnet is low, the windshield, even headlights like the SF90, and twin taillights like the Roman, fit harmoniously into the design language. Perhaps the strangest part is the concave strip that runs through the doors, and starts from the bottom of the mirror, Which looks as if a piece of Borosanjo’s body has been carved.
The pre-mounted engine appears to be mounted as far back as possible for better weight distribution, just like Ferrari’s other nose-powered car, the 812 Superfast. It’s not yet known what engines the car will be coming in from 2023, but the V6 from the 296 GTB, the V8 from the SF90 and the V12 from the 812 Superfast also stand a good chance. With the former, the appearance of the additional drivetrain is also dangerous, so there will be a relatively low-emissions version (with a green license plate) on display.
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