For the first time in its 75 year history, Ferrari has launched a four-door, four seater. Meet the Purosangue.
The unveiling of the car took place in the Teatro del silenzio in Lajatico, Pisa.
The first Ferrari Crossover ever has a naturally aspirated V12 engine. It’s four wheel drive and has a front engine. The Purosangue is designed with maximal aerodynamics in mind and hosts some nice innovations.
The latest in vehicle dynamic control systems are fitted to the car and Ferrari’s active suspension, with Multimatic’s True Active Spool (TASV) debuts on the Purosangue.
The Purosangue features rear-hinged passenger doors, which will make getting in the back much more easy without raising the need of increasing the size of the car.
0 to 62 MPH only takes 3.3 seconds and o to 125 MPH takes you 10.2 seconds. This is made possible by the 6.5 liter V12 engine which seems to deliver a seemingly never ending amount of power.
The Purosangue’s interior can best be described as comfortably elegant. It features luxurious materials and offers you plenty of space.