On Tuesday September 13, Ferrari released its new four-door model vehicle – Purosangue. This is the 75-year-old sports vehicle maker’s very first four-door production vehicle.
The SUV-like extents, which is controlled by a 715-pull V-12 motor, will give Ferrari’s clients an upscale option in contrast to rivals like the Porsche Cayenne when delivery start in 2023.
The Purosangue seems to be a SUV, similar to other luxury sports SUVs from brands like Porsche and Maserati.
However, notwithstanding its size, shape and higher position, the organization demands that the Purosangue – which signifies “thoroughbred” in Italian – is a sports vehicle, planned starting from the earliest stage as a true Ferrari.
The Purosangue is powered by a 6.5-liter, 715-pull V-12 motor that is mounted behind the front axle, as opposed to most SUVs and hybrids.
While Ferrari is most popular for its two-seat sports vehicles, the organization has been building four-seaters since the mid 1960s, and all-wheel-drive models since the FF car was introduced in 2011. Be that as it may, even Ferrari concedes the Purosangue moves the celebrated brand into a new area.
As per Ferrari, the Purosangue’s price will begin at 390,000 euros ($389,000) in Italy, making it the organization’s second most expensive production model behind the 440,000-euro SF90 hybrid sports vehicle.
Delivery will start in the second quarter of 2023 in Europe, in the second from last quarter in the US, and toward the end of next year in other international business sectors, the automaker said.
Despite its hefty starting price, the Purosangue is likely to be popular with Ferrari’s affluent clients.
Meanwhile, Ferrari plans to limit production of the Purosangue to no more than 20% of its total annual output, or only about 3,000 units per year.