Ferrari suv 2016 price

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  • Ferrari SUV spotted
  • ‘Purosangue’ name likely
  • Naturally-aspirated V12
  • Hybrid V8 petrol model
  • Not on sale until
  • £,+ price

The Ferrari Purosangue is on the way as the iconic Italian manufacturer’s first SUV, and exclusive new renderings hint at how it may look.

It’ll be a Vpowered alternative to the Lamborghini Urus and Aston Martin DBX when it heads on sale, with late a possibility for its arrival.

New Ferrari Purosangue SUV design

These exclusive renders of the Ferrari Purosangue give you a look at how the production car may turn out.

Upfront, you’ll spot thin headlights with daytime running lights cutting through in a similar fashion to those on the Ferrari Roma, and flanking a trapezoidal grille.

Dramatic curves are set into the bonnet, with the roofline of the Purosangue taking on a sleek approach rather than falling into a boxy rear end.

The rear of the car gets a large black panel with the prancing horse logo taking centre stage, and thin LED rear lights similar to the Ferrari GTB.

New Ferrari Purosangue interior

In the front, you can expect the Purosangue to be crammed with leather, brushed metal and carbon-fibre trims, as well as a new version of Ferrari’s infotainment system.

The new Ferrari Purosangue is expected to be the first modern Ferrari to come with five seats, although it’s likely you’ll be able to get a set of two individual rear seats if you’d prefer – like those on the GTC4 Lusso.

New Ferrari Purosangue engine and driving

You’ll find plenty of parts borrowed from the Roma under the new Ferrari Purosangue’s body. Unlike that car, however, the new Purosangue is expected to come with a naturally aspirated litre hp V12 engine lifted from the Superfast. This would make it unique among other super-SUVs, most of which come with V8 engines.

Ferrari isn’t expected to offer a hybrid V12 Purosangue SUV, on the grounds that adding electric motors and batteries to a car with an already hefty V12 engine would make it too heavy. Instead, a twin-turbo V8 hybrid is likely to arrive at some point.

It’s not known whether the Purosangue will be rear-wheel drive (like most other Ferrari models) or whether it’ll use a similar four-wheel-drive system as the outgoing GTC4 Lusso. Hybrid models may make use of a similar system to the SF90 supercar, where the V8 engine drives the rear wheels while electric motors power the front wheels.

New Ferrari Purosangue SUV price and release date

Ferrari’s first SUV isn’t expected to make its public debut until It’s possible that it could go on sale later that year, although (as with most Ferraris) you can bet that plenty of wealthy petrolheads have already posted blank cheques to the Ferrari factory to make sure their names are first on the list for this new SUV.

If you’d rather wait for this new car to appear in showrooms, get ready to hand over at least £, to park one on your driveway.

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  • However heretical it may seem, Ferrari is working on an SUV under the code name "Purosangue," and here is what we know about it.
  • It's likely to use a turbocharged V-8 with hybrid assistance, with somewhere in the neighborhood of horsepower.
  • Look for the Ferrari SUV to arrive in with a starting price of around $,

An SUV is a shocking move for Ferrari, a brand so tied to motorsports, but also a certain one after the success of the Bentley Bentayga, the Lamborghini Urus, and the Rolls-Royce Cullinan. We're sure Ferrari won't deign to call it an SUV. Might we suggest "SAD"?

Being developed under the Purosangue name—that's Italian for "thoroughbred" or "pure blood"—the crossover sits on a new front-engine GT platform that also will underpin some more conventional Ferrari grand tourers.

Although Ferrari's GT cars have traditionally been powered by cylinder engines, we anticipate the Purosangue will switch to a smaller turbocharged unit, most likely a V-8 working with a generous measure of hybrid assistance. We know the platform will use a rear-mounted transaxle, so it would be logical for the front axle to be electrically powered. We would be surprised if it didn't have at least as much power as the hp Lambor­ghi­ni Urus, and likely a significant chunk more.

Ferrari likes money. [I can't believe you like money, too. We should hang out!—Ed.] Building a product to match market demand makes a huge amount of green, crinkly sense, especially given the premium that buyers will be prepared to pay for a prancing horse on their ute. Then again, it's possible that the idea of a Ferrari SUV will seem as ludicrous in five years as it did five years ago. As recently as , late Ferrari boss Sergio Marchionne told financial analysts, "You have to shoot me first" for such a thing to happen. RIP, Sergio.

The Ferrari SUV should arrive in and will cost at least large.

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