Ferrari aims to produce about 10,000 units of the Purosangue SUV every year
Images of the very first SUV from Ferrari, to be named the Purosangue, have been leaked on to social media for the world to see and here they are.
Ferrari seems to have already put the 5-door car into production. Once introduced, this model could very well double the iconic Italian marque’s yearly sales figure.
The Ferrari Purosangue SUV has the headlights and nose of the SF90 supercar, while the front bumper and air intake, although inspired by the 812 Superfast, are fresh units.
But, the shapely clamshell bonnet grabs one’s attention the most thanks to its enormous size. Moreover, the windshield is heavily raked, while the A-pillars of the performance SUV are rather slim.
Riding on 5-spoke alloy wheels, the Purosangue has fender extensions, an unique side profile with the sheet metal sporting, cuts, creases and indents, while the lower half has a inward recess and body cladding.
At the back, the Ferrari Purosangue SUV has Aston Martin DBX-style tailgate, but one that is a bit more subtle. There is a split, full-width tail light setup (below which there are air vents), a roof spoiler, large diffuser and quad tailpipes.
Without a doubt, Ferrari has created an SUV that looks unique. At present, no images of the interior of the performance vehicle, which is based on the same platform that underpins the elegant Roma sports car, are available.
The SUV is expected to be powered by a 3.9-litre twin-turbocharged petrol engine that will be assisted by an electric motor. Yup, the very first Ferrari SUV will be a proper hybrid that will have a dual clutch gearbox and all-wheel drive.
To be unveiled later this year, the Purosangue will primarily take on the Lamborghini Urus and Aston Martin DBX in the ever-growing performance SUV segment.