Ferrari Purosangue is the name of the sports car brand's first SUV, which was officially teased for the first time in March 2022. "Purosangue" is Italian and translates as "thoroughbred." The name was confirmed by ex-Ferrari boss Louis Camilleri in September 2018. As reported by the "FAZ," the first off-road vehicle in Ferrari's history is intended to "redefine expectations," according to Camilleri. Ferrari is creating a filigree SUV coupe with the Purosangue. In Maranello, the Purosangue is called an FUV, an acronym for "Ferrari Utility Vehicle," to indicate its uniqueness within the luxury and/or sports models with more ground clearance. The brand's first four-door model will be delivered to customers in 2023.CONTACT CONFIGURATOR
In addition to its remarkable design, the thoroughbred horse from Maranello has a lot of inner values to offer. Contrary to initial assumptions, Ferrari went all out here. Instead of using a smaller six- or eight-cylinder engine, spurred on by hybrid and/or turbo technology, the Purosangue is equipped with the brand's king engine, the 6.5-liter naturally aspirated V12. The V12 in the Ferrari Purosangue is designed as a front-mid engine behind the front axle and uses a transaxle design with all-wheel drive. The Power Transfer Unit (PTU) for front-wheel drive is flange-mounted in front of the twelve-cylinder engine, and a separate crankshaft output drives a separate two-speed dual-clutch transmission which, with an integrated torque vectoring system, supplies the two front wheels with power when required. In everyday use, the Purosangue is a rear-wheel drive vehicle, with the dual-clutch transmission integrated in the rear-axle drive featuring eight gears. The eighth gear fulfills an overdrive function as a speed-reducing long-distance stage.
The new Ferrari Purosangue presents itself as a petite diva. At 4.97 m, it remains under the five-meter limit, and the promised 2,033 kg curb weight is downright slender for today's superluxury SUV. This renunciation of brutal presence in favor of a filigree, sporty silhouette can be seen in the new Ferrari Purosangue, especially from the side. The arrangement of the front lights is reminiscent of the Roma, while the mighty radiator grille below quotes the 812. With the powerful shoulders around the rear wheels, it flexes its muscles. At the rear, the narrow taillights and the large diffuser stand out. And because a Ferrari crossover alone is not special enough, there are so-called "suicide doors". For the first four-door model in the brand's 75-year history, Ferrari has opted for doors that open in opposite directions. The rear doors are hinged at the back and open electrically at an angle of 79 degrees at the touch of a button.
Inside, the new model offers all the comforts of a luxury SUV and relies on the new digital cockpit architecture, which can already be found in part in the Roma and the SF90 Stradale. For use as a family SUV, Ferrari relies on rear individual seats in the Purosangue that are electrically adjustable and heated. For increased trunk capacity, they fold forward. Instead of the traditional carpet or leather for the floor covering, an optional bulletproof ballistic fabric is also available, which is also used in military uniforms due to its exceptional resistance and durability. Also available: a particularly elegant semi aniline leather in dark brown for the comfort seats or a trim made of carbon fiber with the finest copper wire. For the first time, Ferrari offers the option of an electrochromic panoramic roof instead of the carbon roof. At the touch of a button, this changes its tint and brings sun or shade into the interior as desired.
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