Ferrari Purosangue crossover goes into production this year
The Ferrari Purosangue intersection only a few months left until the assembly line, so The Italian automaker’s 2021 annual report. In the report on the 2022 guidance, we announced that “Ferrari Daytona SP3 and Ferrari Purosangue will begin production in 2022 with deliveries starting in 2023.” After speeding up the mules donned a hybrid of Ferrari and Maserati Body panels, prototypes in well-camouflaged production bodywork were spotted around Maranello. Based on the roofline we imagine, which we can see under the visor in YouTube user Varryx’s video, it looks like the Purosangue will take on a rear profile very quickly. The long distance from the B-pillar to the rear can create spacious rear areas; However, luggage space under that steep backlight can suffer.
Up front, Purosangue’s motives continue to be a mystery; Basically, every powertrain that Ferrari makes is rumor candidate. A version with a 2.9-liter twin-turbo V6 mixture The powertrain from the 296 GTB could make the Ferrari Utility Vehicle (FUV) the most powerful OEM crossover available today, separating the differences of By Aston Martin DBX707 697 hp and 663 pound-feet of torque with 819 hp and 546 lb-ft. There are 3.9-liter and 4.0-liter V8 engines to choose from, with and without hybrid assistance, and also a naturally aspirated V12. Just using the 296 GTB’s V6 without electric assistance will deliver a power output of 654 hp. As we can see, there are no wrong answers here. If it appears as a hybrid in its original guise, a larger one the battery However, providing significant electric-only driving range would be nice.
Not that Ferrari would care to take its new model no matter what’s under the hood, the luxury automaker had its best year ever with 11,155 cars sold in 2021. In a world In the world where an electric Volkswagen crossover is still being sold at 5 we expect the Purosangue production to be sold out immediately and for many years. Ferrari’s sales last year reflected an increase of more than 22% in 2020, more than 10% from the year before the pandemic 2019. Sales of 12-cylinder models fell 16.1% due to the departure of the Ferrari. 812 Super fast, but the V8 range is ready to troubleshoot. The profit margin on sales of around 4.8 billion euros is an enviable 35.9%. There’s more work to be done as well, with Brand CEO Benedetto Vigna telling investors and analysts to expect announcements during Capital Markets Day, which takes place in Maranello on June 16.