The first ever Ferrari SUV called Purosangue is getting closer to becoming a reality. Earlier, prototypes of this novelty were demonstrated on the Web. However, independent artist Giorgi Tedoradze created two renderings of Purosangue, trying to present a possible styling direction for an SUV.
The front end of the SUV pictured is extremely aggressive and includes sharp headlights with elegant LED daytime running lights. The dashboard features corner air intakes and additional running lights. Also of note are the pronounced folds on the two-tone hood.
The rear is more impressive and includes small taillights, an LED strip and two tailpipes extending from the middle of the boot lid. As unusual as it sounds, this last part doesn’t happen – period – as it wouldn’t make sense in a vehicle that should be practical.
The SUV will be powered by the same 3.9-liter twin-turbo V8 engine offered in the GTC4lusso, albeit tuned to produce around 650bhp, which puts Ferrari on par with the Lamborghini Urus. A naturally aspirated version of the Purosangue with a V12 engine may appear.
How do you like the Purosangue design?