Ferrari Released its New 725 HP SUV but Refuses to Call it an SUV For Some Reason
In the automotive landscape that is always changing, even exotic car manufacturers have shown us that they are willing to take a step outside of their comfort zone in order to try to appeal to the consumer preferences of the masses. Even though we know brands like Bentley, Lamborghini, and Rolls-Royce all make either supercars or high-end exotic luxury cars, all of these brands have flexed their design a little bit to incorporate family haulers. That’s right, with the likes of the Bentley Bentayga, Lamborghini Urus, and Rolls-Royce Cullinan, we have seen some of the most prestigious automakers come out of what felt like the left field to create an SUV that can fit the whole family.
One of the manufacturers that we’ve had eyes on it to follow this trend is Ferrari. As it turns out, Ferrari has finally pumped out what appears to be an SUV to most people even though, for some reason, the brand doesn’t want to label it as such. Instead, what we have for sure is Ferraris’s first ever four-door, whether you want to call it an SUV, sedan, or otherwise.
What we can say is that this thing has a raised ride height and seems to be a little bit more practical than a typical Ferrari. The machine that fits the mold of an SUV goes by the name of the Ferrari Purosangue.
The Italian supercar manufacturer does appear as if it’s going a little bit outside of its comfort zone in order to appeal to a different contingent of customers. However, they will retain their performance heritage as even an SUV from Ferrari couldn’t be boring. Instead, under the hood, we find the likes of a 6.5L naturally aspirated V12 engine. The combination is capable of making 725 hp at 8250 RPM. By following along with the video below, we get to learn all about the Ferrari Purosangue including when we might just see it on the street.
So, how long is it until someone lifts this “non-SUV?”