In the coming weeks, testing of the Purosangue will be completed, but first the model will undergo an additional series of races.
Testing of the new Ferrari Purosangue crossover is carried out according to all the rules of conspiracy. The day before, he was seen on test races. The car was covered with a layer of camouflage and tied with a blue ribbon – eyewitnesses and experts can only guess what this means.
In the coming weeks, testing of the Purosangue will be completed, but first the model will undergo an additional series of races on public roads in the Italian city of Maranello, not far from the Ferrari factory. Based on spy footage, the car looks more like a raised station wagon than a traditional crossover.
Earlier, Ferrari reported that the presentation of new items will take place this year. The automaker promises that the model will be the most track crossover ever created. The car will be delivered with V12 and V8 engines to fit different budgets and preferences of the company’s customers.