Whether you want a luxurious sedan or a spacious SUV, Ferrari has a model to suit your needs. Among its various models, the Ferrari F12 has a V12 engine, a high-tech interior, and four doors. It also features an eight-speed dual-clutch automatic.
It has four doors
Until now, Ferrari has been known for its two-door models. Now, the brand has unveiled its first four-door car, a sporty crossover. Its name is the Purosangue, and it translates to “thoroughbred” in Italian. It’s an SUV, but it’s also a “thoroughbred” in other respects. It offers a new kind of Ferrari, and it’s not only the most technologically-advanced car Ferrari has ever made, but it’s also the most practical.
Purosangue is a four-seater that features a rearward-hinged second row. These rear doors are powered and allow for a comfortable egress. The doors also provide extra rear seat space. The second row features a center console with storage and a pop-out dial for ventilated seat functions.
The cabin features a dual-cockpit design, and it’s symmetrical. The dashboard is designed to have an airy feel. The front seats offer massage functions and heated seats. The rear seats also have ventilated functions. There are also four individually adjustable seats in the rear.
It has a V12 engine
Earlier this year, Ferrari teased its upcoming sport utility vehicle with an image of a 12 cylinder engine. The Ferrari SUV animation was short and showed a red engine cover.
After presenting first quarter reports, CEO Benedetto Vigna confirmed that the SUV will indeed have a V12 engine. Vigna said the engine was “the right choice for the market,” but did not provide any specific data on power output.
Ferrari has been working on an SUV for years. They have tested a number of powertrains, but Vigna says that the V12 is the only option that could provide the performance needed in a vehicle for this segment.
The new SUV will feature a new front mid-engine architecture. The engine will be mounted low in the chassis, behind the front axle, and will be coupled with a rear-mounted dual clutch gearbox. The rear-mounted gearbox will allow for near perfect weight distribution, front to rear.
The Ferrari Purosangue will accelerate from 0-62 mph in just 3.3 seconds. It will reach a top speed of 192.6 mph. It will seat four passengers.
It has an eight-speed dual-clutch automatic
During the 75th anniversary of Maranello, Ferrari will release its first SUV, the Purosangue. This four-door, four-seater vehicle combines the performance of a Ferrari with the comfort and versatility of an SUV. Powered by a 6.5-litre naturally aspirated V12 engine, the Purosangue can accelerate from 0 to 62 mph in 3.3 seconds, and reach 100 kmph in 10.6 seconds. Its top speed is 310 kmph, while its ground clearance is a bit higher than that of a wagon.
The Purosangue’s body is built using 48-volt Ferrari Active Suspension Technology. This allows the car to reduce body roll in corners and handle mild off-roading. It also includes rear wheel steering for enhanced maneuverability. The cabin includes a digital instrument cluster and luxurious leather upholstery.
Ferrari says the Purosangue can reach a top speed of 310 kph (193 mph). Its V12 engine produces 715 horsepower at 7,750 rpm. It also produces 528 lb-ft of torque at 6,250 rpm.
The V12 engine is paired with an eight-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission, which allows for a near perfect 50/50 weight distribution between the front and rear wheels. The eight-speed automatic also allows for quicker shift times and quicker clutch fill times.
It has a high-tech interior
Taking on the Porsche Cayenne and the Aston Martin DBX, Ferrari is launching its first SUV – Purosangue. This four-door vehicle has a high-tech interior and is designed to offer the comfort of a luxury car combined with the performance of a sporty SUV.
The new SUV is designed with rear-hinged coach-style doors that allow for a huge entryway. It also makes the car more compact. The rear seats are located in individual buckets.
The interior is finished in luxurious leather. The dashboard is equipped with a 10.2-inch touchscreen display. The cockpit features a dual-cockpit dashboard, inspired by the SF90 Stradale.
All four seats have individual heating functions. The seats also adjust to ensure comfort. The Purosangue has an active suspension that minimises roll in corners. This gives Maranello engineers complete control over the vehicle. It is also designed to offer optimised corner-exit traction.
The exterior of the car features a carbon-fiber roof that lowers the car’s center of gravity. It also helps to improve lateral acceleration.