The Purosangue, Ferrari’s first SUV, has arrived, complete with V12 power and rear suicide doors. Ferrari has taken their time joining the SUV market, a niche that has proven to be a sales winner for Lamborghini. It will compete with the likes of the Lamborghini Urus and Aston Martin DBX. And Ferrari’s sales are already looking promising, with orders being taken for over two years.
The Purosangue is lower and wider than its competitors, thanks to its mid-front-mounted engine and rear-mounted gearbox. Such sporty transaxle architecture contributes to optimal weight distribution, with the goal of producing driving dynamics that meet Ferrari’s expectations. For the time being, Ferrari has avoided electrification and hybridization in favor of their well-rounded 6.5L V12. In this configuration, it produces 715 hp and 528 lb-ft of torque, propelling the Purosangue from 0 to 62 mph in 3.3 seconds and on to a top speed of 173 mph.
Ferrari didn’t just adhere to the standard implementation for the Prancing Horse’s first four-door, four-seater car in its 75-year history. Instead, they’ve outfitted the Purosangue with rear-opening ‘welcome’ doors, or suicide doors as they’re more well known. They make it easier to get into the back seats by making a larger opening to step through. As far as I know, this is the first Ferrari with such a feature.
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We didn’t think we’d have the opportunity to witness that day when the Ferrari SUV would become the norm after a number of successful, high-end, sport-utes with high performance, the company has given in to relentless market pressure and launched the 2023 Purosangue. A car with Ferrari’s logo on its grille will not devalue the brand’s reputation, however. In the end, successful versions of this concept have helped sports car brands like Porsche and Lamborghini exceptionally well. There aren’t just ultra-performance utes such as the Cayenne Turbo or the Urus that the Purosangue will be putting in its sights but also luxurious models like the Bentley Bentayga and the Rolls-Royce Cullinan. A powerful V-12 engine is the sole powertrain available. Why should it require something else? They have bolstered ‘Sangue’s ride-and-handling system by using an innovative active suspension system that helps it perform like the Ferrari. Expect to require a hedge fund manager’s salary in order to pay for the car, but the price could be up to $400,000.
The Purosangue will be the Italian supercar manufacturer’s first SUV when it finally enters the market, which is predicted to happen in 2023.
The Purosangue comes with a plethora of luxurious and powerful features as standard equipment, but Ferrari also offers several extras that buyers might want to think about. After a long day of driving along the Monte Carlo coast, massaging front seats could be great. Sunseekers might also be interested in the available electrochromic glass roof. In either case, we advise using a lot of Ferrari’s customizing features to build a Purosangue that is absolutely unique to you.
We’ll point out the Purosangue’s naturally aspirated 6.5-liter V-12 engine to purists who mock an SUV sporting the fabled prancing horse logo. A screaming 715-hp twelve-cylinder that even sports the company’s recognizable red-painted valve hues is the epitome of Ferrari. The Purosangue should reach 62 mph in only 3.3 seconds and a top speed of 193 mph because of the engine’s robust 528 pound–feet of torque, according to Ferrari. The Purosangue should be one of the quickest and fastest SUVs we’ve ever tested, but we won’t update this article with test results until we have an opportunity to drive one. We’re interested to see how the Purosangue handles as well because it has a promising-sounding standard adaptive suspension. The technology applies force to the dampers during turning movements to control body roll. An electric motor is located at each corner of the SUV. Since it doesn’t require typical anti-roll bars, the Purosangue can also hunker down during challenging driving by lowering its ride height by 0.4 inches.
Say goodbye to your gas money: Ferrari’s least fuel-efficient model will almost definitely be the V-12-powered Purosangue. Although the EPA hasn’t yet issued its fuel efficiency figures, the 12-cylinder Bentayga and Urus both receive ratings of 12 mpg city, 17 mpg highway, and 14 mpg combined. The Purosangue should provide us with something comparable.
The Purosangue has equipped with a set of sleek rear-hinged coach-style (also known as “suicide”) rear doors that are said to make it simpler to access the back seat while maintaining a two-door appearance. It is the only current Ferrari to offer actual seating for four riders. There are center consoles in both rows, and the front and back seats are individual buckets, so there isn’t a bench in the back for a fifth passenger on occasion. Of course, Ferrari-grade materials are used throughout the cabin. The majority of the vehicle’s controls are managed through the steering wheel, making it an understatement to say that the cockpit is driver-oriented. The absence of a center-mounted infotainment touchscreen is a great surprise in this era of center-stack screens that resemble tablets. Although a glass roof is an option, opting for the conventional carbon-fiber roof panel will reduce weight if you don’t care about viewing the sun while driving.
There is a 10.2-inch digital gauge cluster and a secondary 10.2-inch screen for the front passenger, but there isn’t a centrally positioned infotainment display. Although an in-dash navigation system is not available—Ferrari argues that most people would just use their smartphones for such a service—Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are both standards.
Several driver-assistance functions, such as automatic emergency braking, automatic high-beam headlights, and adaptive cruise control, are standard on the Purosangue. Visit the websites of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) for more details regarding the results of the Purosangue crash tests. Important safety elements include:
Similar to what Lamborghini offers, Ferrari offers limited powertrain warranties. Ferrari, however, surpasses its opponent when it comes to free planned maintenance; you receive seven years of coverage with Ferrari vehicles. There is no complimentary scheduled maintenance available for Lamborghini automobiles.
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