So, it happened – the Italian company Ferrari officially introduced its first crossover, which was called Purosangue (translated as thoroughbred). At the very least, the design answers this: a large hood, 22-inch wheels, a teardrop roof, narrow headlights, twin taillights – and the same twin tailpipes. The Ferrari Purosangue crossover emulates the design of the Ferrari Roma supercar and perfectly embodies it in a new format.
The 4.97-meter Ferrari crossover has a 3.02-meter wheelbase, a 2 + 2 interior, and a 487-liter trunk can be increased – the rear row of seats folds down here. At the same time, the manufacturer specifically abandoned the large central display: the driver has his own digital instrument cluster, and the passenger has his own 10.2-inch touchscreen.
But, of course, in the case of Ferrari, the main point is always technology. The crossover lives up to all expectations: a classic atmospheric 6.5-liter V12 (725 hp and 716 Nm), transaxle layout with an 8-speed “automatic” at the rear wheels, FAST adaptive air suspension (clearance 183 mm). The Ferrari Purosangue is capable of accelerating from 0-100 km/h in just 3.3 seconds and reaching a top speed of 311 km/h. This is despite 2033 kg of weight!
Sales of the Ferrari Purosangue will begin as early as 2023, with an estimated cost of $390,000. I wonder if the rich are used to standing in line?