The much-anticipated debut of Ferrari’s first SUV has been observed testing in its home country of Italy. A fortunate enthusiast of fast automobiles was able to catch a glimpse of the Ferrari Purosangue, which is the Italian word for thoroughbred when it stopped at a red light in Milan. Because the vehicle was waiting at the traffic signal, the guy who was operating the camera was able to get a fantastic, close-up view of the SUV from all directions.
Even though Ferrari used their standard black and white camouflage to try to obscure the actual design, it is still possible to make out the external outline in quite fine detail. In addition, Ferrari did not make any effort to conceal the well-known prancing horse logo that it uses. The manufacturer announced that it would show off its first sport utility vehicle (SUV) in September, and that production would begin before the end of the year.
The Italian manufacturer of automobiles said that the Ferrari Purosangue would be available for delivery to purchasers as early as the next year. When it finally enters the market, the Purosangue will compete with Lamborghini’s best-selling Urus model. Additionally, it will go up against other high-performance SUVs such as the Aston Martin DBX, the Range Rover SVR, and the Bentley Bentayga.
The precise technical specifications have not been disclosed by Ferrari just yet, but we anticipate that it will have the same 641 horsepower as the Urus. if there is no more. Although the price has not been disclosed just yet, we anticipate that it will be somewhere in the neighborhood of $300,000.Back in March, Ferrari published its first official teaser image on Instagram; however, it did not reveal too much other than a portion of the hood. On the other hand, based on that, it seemed to incorporate design influences seen in the Roma, most notably the design of the headlights and the sloping front.