The new Ferrari is a fine blend of a luxury SUV and a performance vehicle with a touch of smart features. Yes, this is an SUV, and it is the first of its kind from its manufacturer. Over the years Ferrari has stuck to the production of pure luxury sport performance cars, so, it is great to see an SUV from the brand.
How does this new vehicle hold up in terms of performance and overall design? We will start with the performance of this vehicle and then move on to its design. Like regular sports vehicles such as the Ferrari 812 GTS, this new SUV comes with a 6.5-litre V12 engine, assuring peak performance and a maximum power of 725CV.
With its engine, this vehicle offers 80% of the maximum torque with a peak of 716 Nm at 6250rpm. Ferrari says that this SUV will hit 62mph in only 3.3 seconds, with a top speed of 193mph. These are some claims or features that bring this SUV in close competition with regular sport performance vehicles.
This vehicle comes with a unique design that looks quite futuristic because it lacks a grill common with other fuel-driven cars. Another interesting feature of this vehicle is its doors which swing open in opposite directions, commonly known as suicide doors. This type of door is also on the Rolls-Royce Cullinan along with some other luxury vehicles.
On its interior, we have a complete work of art, luxury at its finest. Its interior features include a 10.25-inch screen infotainment system, which finds itself toward the passenger’s seat. All four seats are heated and independently adjustable. There is so much going on in the Ferrari Purosangue and the manufacturer knows so well to place its price at $400,000. Even if the specifications or design of this car didn’t drop your jaws, then its price will do just that.