Ferrari is debuting a new car on its lineup. This is the first time that the Italian luxury car manufacturer brought an SUV to the world, featuring a four-door setup complete with its hatch compartment. The new Ferrari Purosangue brings a powerful engine to the world, featuring a V12 engine that will power the SUV for its drive.

Ferrari’s SUV: The Purosangue

ferrari makes an suv—purosangue debuts with v12 engine, coach doors

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SUVs may be family cars, but Ferrari stepped it up a notch with its luxurious feels for the vehicle, as well as its massive engine which will bring unparalleled performance to all. The company recently announced the arrival of the Ferrari Purosangue, its first SUV release which will seat more people in the car, complete with the modern applications for a sports utility vehicle.

The company said that this is Ferrari’s first four-door and four-seater vehicle, and it debuts a new experience for all with its SUV setup for the famous luxury sports brand.

Its main feature is embodying the spirit of the Prancing Horse, the company’s main branding which centers on performance and its road capabilities unmatched by any other. Purosangue is the Italian word for ‘thoroughbred,’ encapsulating the years of work the company put into creating the vehicle.

We are delighted to introduce the #FerrariPurosangue, Maranello’s first ever four-door four-seater, sporting a naturally-aspirated V12.
Opening up new frontiers, #Ferrari has created a car that marries signature Prancing Horse performance with the ultimate in luxurious comfort. pic.twitter.com/nZ8JG8q7oo

— Ferrari (@Ferrari) September 13, 2022

Ferrari Purosangue’s Specs

The Purosangue’s heart and soul deliver a V12 engine, taking the sport in SUV quite literally for the new car. It can output up to 712 horsepower on its stock configuration, centering on performance from its naturally-aspirated engine, designed by its engineers.

Ferrari designed it to be a mid-front-mounted engine with the gearbox at the rear, featuring a transaxle layout. It also brings a 4×4 transmission with its Power Transfer Unit (PTU) coupled in front of the engine

Ferrari’s Purosangue brings a 49:51 weight distribution for its mid-front-engined sports car.

Ferrari and its Future

The world still turns its heads when a luxury car or supercar drives by in front of its eyes, hearing the sweet sound of its engine’s purr, as well as the sleek design on its body. Ferrari is one of the brands that will come to mind, bringing the famous Italian-made sports car which centered on performance and intricate features from day one.

Other luxury car makers in the world have already transitioned into clean energy focus, with brands like Germany’s Porsche and BMW with the Taycan and i-Series among other takes for electric mobility.

Not to mention Audi’s e-Tron which is the electric vehicle division of the company debuts sports luxury takes that use an electric drivetrain and battery.

Despite the massive shift to EVs, Ferrari is not one to budge, with previous claims that it will not go fully electric with its future releases.

Ferrari’s future is not looking into clean energy releases, but that does not mean that there would be no EVs from the company coming soon for the world. It also means that the world is yet to see ICE cars from the Italian manufacturer, with the latest addition of its V-powered SUV, the Purosangue, providing a luxurious ride for the family.

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Written by Isaiah Richard

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