Last week, Ferrari Purosangue (meaning “pure breed” in Italian) ran a public test in Europe with a complete design, thereby giving a clearer view of the car’s overall physique. The thin exterior camouflage only helps to hide specific details, while the curves at the sides, ceiling and nose are shown quite clearly.
The side line of the Ferrari Purosangue is gradually raised to the rear, and the structure of the lower half of the side doors is narrowed to emphasize the width of the front and rear, thereby increasing the muscular feel of the Italian SUV. The test wheel is a 5-spoke type.
The size of the window at the rear door is quite small, which will probably limit the view to the rear. The rear of the car has 2 spoilers (one from the ceiling, the other a ducktail below the window). Ground clearance, contrary to previous expectations, is quite low and will probably limit the ability to carry the Ferrari Purosangue over terrain.
Earlier this year, Ferrari released the first official teaser for the Purosangue, revealing quite clearly the front end design with slender daytime running lights (headlights below), the central radiator being pulled quite low down.
The “complete” design of the Ferrari Purosangue has in fact been leaked from the company’s factory campus in Maranello since February, but the angle of the car at that time was somewhat limited.
Ferrari Purosangue, when launched, is expected to be in the late third quarter and early fourth quarter, expected to have no less than 2 options: V6 hybrid like 296 GTB (reference parameters 818 hp and 740 Nm) and V12 (unknown information). number). Vehicles are confirmed to begin worldwide deliveries from 2023.
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