Ferrari Purosangue will not be the only crossover from the Italian manufacturer of supercars. According to Car magazine, the project includes two more off-road vehicles.
Hypothetical models have in-house designations F244 and F245. They will get the same platform as the first “rogue”, known as the F175, but will be electric vehicles. Allegedly, the architecture implies the installation of up to four electric motors. Combined power will be a rather modest 610 HP F244 should debut in 2024, F245-two years later. At the same time, the now former CEO of the brand, Louis Camilleri, said a year ago that the first electric Ferrari would be released after 2025.
As for the F175, it should appear in early 2022. According to preliminary data, the model will receive rear doors that swing open against the direction of travel, behind which a full-fledged four-seat interior will be hidden,and an adjustable air suspension. Buyers will be offered a 700-horsepower hybrid unit based on the four-liter V8 and 800-horsepower V12.