New 2022 Ferrari Purosangue SUV proven in official teaser pic

Ferrari has confirmed that it’ll reveal its first SUV later this 12 months, teasing the brand new automotive’s entrance finish design on Instagram forward of its arrival. 

Codenamed Purosangue, the SUV’s remaining title has but to be revealed however it’s prone to be positioned as a higher-riding, high-performance Ferrari mannequin slightly than a two-box SUV. The teaser picture does verify that leaked photos of the brand new mannequin we have already seen have been correct. 

The leaked photos, additionally printed on Instagram, present the entrance and rear of the automotive on the Maranello manufacturing unit and we are able to see key design particulars and the affect of different Ferrari fashions. 

The headlights look to be an much more dramatic interpretation of the items that function on the Roma GT, with a slash extending out from the automotive’s nostril and into the sunshine clusters. The bonnet appears to be a clamshell and the gaping grille is positioned low into the entrance bumper. 

A Ferrari defend sits on the entrance wings (possible optionally available) and the underside of the door and sill are closely sculpted, curving in in direction of the center of the automotive to cover a number of the machine’s visible mass. 

As we’ve seen with spy pictures, the rear of the automotive options quad exhausts and a slightly modest diffuser. There are vents behind the rear wheels and the back lights are just like these of the lately unveiled 296GTB.

We will anticipate Ferrari’s first SUV to debut later this 12 months, with deliveries of the Purosangue commencing in 2023. It’ll rival luxurious fashions such because the Aston Martin DBX, the Lamborghini Urus and the Bentley Bentayga.

The corporate’s marketeers describe the Purosangue as a “Ferrari Utility Car.” Our latest spy pictures (which present the automotive in its manufacturing bodywork) recommend it’ll be something however utilitarian, although, because it has a comparatively low ride-height and a low-slung silhouette.

Whereas the DBX and the Urus sit tall and upright with comparatively brief overhangs, the Purosangue has an extended bonnet, a steeply raked windscreen and a reasonably lengthy wheelbase.

The rear overhang can also be in depth, whereas the rear wheels look like a little bit bigger in diameter than the fronts – similar to a supercar. Nonetheless, that would simply be a quirk of the best way the prototype has been arrange.

As a result of it rides so low, we anticipate Ferrari will match the Purosangue with journey height-adjustable air suspension. Quad-exit exhausts are additionally seen on this prototype, as are a set of huge cross-drilled brake discs and big calipers.

Our unique photos present how the completed Purosangue may look as soon as the camouflage is pulled off. We anticipate it’ll draw on the Roma GT automotive for some design inspiration, sharing the identical bonnet strains, grille form and flared haunches.

Whereas the Purosangue’s styling doesn’t level in direction of it being significantly sensible – within the SUV world, not less than – it’ll be essentially the most spacious mannequin in Ferrari’s line-up. There’s a four-door, four-seat format and a hatchback tailgate. 

In essence, then, the SUV will develop into an oblique alternative for the GTC4 Lusso four-seat coupe, which Ferrari pulled from its value listing on the finish of 2020.

New 2022 Ferrari Purosangue SUV: platform and engines

Ferrari has already confirmed that the Purosangue shall be primarily based on the identical platform because the Roma GT. Former Chief Know-how Officer Michael Leiters informed us: “Typically, we may have two households of structure – entrance and rear-engine households.

“The modularity is there and, particularly on the front-engined structure, we’ve to foresee many extra fashions. We now have a 2+2, we’ve a 4+, we’re fascinated with Purosangue, and so forth.”

Leiters additionally talked about that the SUV’s platform is able to accepting both V6, V8 or V12 engines, which suggests the Purosangue might be obtainable with a plug-in hybrid powertrain, comparable in design to the unit discovered within the SF-90 Stradale.

Nonetheless, we anticipate the previous two items are the almost definitely candidates for electrical help. Ferrari will proceed to develop its 6.5-litre V12 engine independently of hybrid drive, as combining such a heavy combustion engine with a good heavier electrical motor and battery pack just isn’t favoured by the corporate’s engineers.

Ferrari’s Chief Advertising and marketing Officer, Enrico Galliera, informed Auto Specific: “To be sincere, electrifying a V12 means creating – very in all probability – a heavy and massive automotive. So electrification ideally must be coupled with smaller engines.

“The philosophy is to attempt to be prepared with totally different applied sciences in an effort to use them with the required evolution,” he added. “That’s why we’ve a variety of engines: V12, V8 and, sooner or later, the V6.”

Spy movies of Purosangue mules have already began to flow into on social media, a few of which function a really distinct 12-cylinder engine word. Nonetheless, because the Purosangue will share its underpinnings with the Roma GT, we anticipate it’ll even be obtainable with that automotive’s turbocharged 3.9-litre V8 engine. 

On this GT automotive the unit produces 612bhp and 760Nm of torque, which is prone to be a continuing throughout the 2 fashions. Given the quantity of additional house obtainable within the Purosangue’s physique, although, Ferrari may shift away from the Roma’s rear-drive format and transfer as a substitute to a four-wheel drive set-up.

New 2022 Ferrari Purosangue SUV: costs and launch date

Ferrari will unveil the Purosangue later this 12 months, though the model hasn’t but confirmed a date for the automotive’s launch occasion. When the order books finally open, we’re anticipating costs to begin from round £200,000.

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Patrick Moore

Patrick is our chief editor and he's very passionate about cars. He has a bachelor's degree in marketing and he studies journalism. His favorite brand is BMW and he drives an X5 series. When he's not writing for, he enjoys spending time with his family and 9 years old son.

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