Whether we like it or not, Ferrari is making an SUV. Why? Because the success of vehicles such as the Rolls-Royce Cullinan, Lamborghini Urus, and Bentley Bentayga is essentially proof that SUVs bring in big dollars. So what can we expect from the upcoming 2023 Ferrari Purosangue? And will it—heck, can it—even be a real Ferrari?
When Will The Ferrari SUV Come Out?
The Purosangue, or "thoroughbred" if you will, is due to break cover in the first half of 2022. If auto shows ever make a comeback, the Purosangue will likely make its debut at the Geneva show, which is typically scheduled for the middle of March.
What Engine Will The Ferrari Purosangue Use?
Rumor has it the Purosangue will be built on a scalable architecture that can handle a V-6, V-8, or even a V-12. Our money, however, is on Ferrari's tried and true twin-turbo 3.9-liter V-8 serving as the default setup. This engine powers a number of Ferrari models at the moment—the F8 Tributo, Roma, and Portofino - and can be tuned to produce more than 700 hp. However, we don't think the Purosangue will be powered by internal combustion alone.Discover Ferrari collection on BitCars! Buy with Bitcoin.
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How Big Will The Ferrari SUV Be?
Will The Purosangue Handle Like A Ferrari?
Well, if Ferrari has anything to say about it, yes. The electric motors in the SF90 can already vector torque independently, much like the current Acura NSX. Massive wheels and sticky rubber will almost certainly help the Purosangue put its power to the ground, as well.Source: MotorTrend
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