2023 Ferrari Purosangue SUV design sketches revealed, may be powered by 6.5L V12 engine, horsepower expected to be 830Hp! Ferrari has already confirmed that the new Mobil Ferrari 2023 Purosangue SUV will be launched in September this year, and recently foreign media has also revealed the design sketch of the Purosangue SUV, which may be powered by a 6.5L V12 engine and is expected to have a horsepower of 830Hp!
The Purosangue SUV has the same new family design as the SF90 Stradale and Roma, with double-layer split headlights, sharp LED daytime running lights, oversized tank shroud air intakes, and an imposing bumper design.
As for the rear, since Ferrari has only released an official picture of the front end, we are not sure how the rear of the Purosangue SUV will look like for now. But according to earlier photos of the car, the Purosangue will have the same LED tail lamps as the 296GTB, as well as an exaggerated spoiler and dual-exit exhaust pipes.
The Purosangue will be powered by a choice of three different engines: the same 6.5L V12 racing engine (830Hp) as the 812 Superfast, a V8 Twin Turbo engine and a V6 Twin Turbo Hybrid, with the V8 Twin Turbo expected to produce the same 612Hp as the Roma. The V8 Twin Turbo is expected to produce the same 612Hp as the Roma, while the V6 Twin Turbo Hybrid will produce 803Hp as the 296GTB.
Inside, the Purosangue is expected to share the same design language as the Roma, starting with a new touchscreen steering wheel with most of the functions integrated, and a 16-inch full LCD instrument cluster with an 8.4-inch iPad-style touchscreen console.
In addition, the Purosangue’s drive system and suspension have been specially designed, including the introduction of four-wheel steering for a more agile handling and driving experience. In terms of suspension, Ferrari will equip it with an adjustable electronic suspension that not only adjusts the suspension level according to the driving mode, but also detects the road surface in advance and raises the suspension when it encounters high obstacles to improve the car’s passing ability.
Finally, apart from looking forward to the arrival of the Ferrari Purosangue SUV, I am actually curious to see if supercar brands such as McLaren and Bugatti will also launch SUVs in the future.