Rendering: This Is What The Ferrari Purosangue Will Actually Look Like
The prancing horse badged SUV is set to launch in Septemberby Amreetam Basu, on
While most luxury and performance carmakers have at least one SUV in their lineup, Ferrari has none. As a result, the Italian marque is set to launch its first full-fledged performance SUV in September after battling countless design leaks. While the Purosangue is only a few months from its official debut, we now have a set of close-to-reality renderings that might give you some idea of how Ferrari’s first SUV will look.
When the Purosangue was first leaked in February 2022, we were digging the new design, and honestly, it has a lot going on regarding styling. Ferrari revealed the front fascia in March 2022, and it seems like the Italian carmaker took the design cues from the SF90 Stradale and Roma. Meanwhile, the rendered concept displays an almost production-ready design. The front bumper has a massive intake grille, flanked by foglights and brake-cooling vents. In addition to the eye-like shape that flows to the hood, the headlight design is unique to the SUV industry. The headlight modules have sleek LED DRLs, and the fenders are pretty broad, all set to look buffed up.
From the sides, the Purosangue concept rides high and will stay the same because it is an SUV. Ferrari might add flush door handles to the Purosangue because Ferrari is not just about performance but luxury also. However, a leaked photo suggests that this performance SUV sits on five-spoke wheels, probably 20 inches. The rear of the rendered SUV reminded us of the 812 Superfast, with several modern design bits. The semicircular taillights frame the Prancing Horse logo in the middle. In addition, the rear lower bumper has quad-exhaust tips with a gigantic diffuser in the middle.
While the overall design is captivating, the powertrain will be a naturally aspirated 6.5-liter V-12 engine. While Ferrari did not confirm anything, a Twitter post from May 4th, 2022, indicates the same. The post displays a cinematic video of the V-12 engine with a caption- “A new Ferrari is coming. Born without compromises, unmistakably Ferrari at heart. Powered by our iconic V-12 engine. Stay tuned…” We expect a maximum power output of about 780 horsepower since the 812 Superfast has 789 ponies and a rear-wheel-drive setup. What we can confirm is how good the Purosangue will sound. However, Ferrari’s electrification plans do not include the Purosangue, at least for the time being. Nevertheless, the Purosangue will deliver a lot of performance and set a new standard in the performance SUV sector.
Source: Uness Design via Behance