Ferrari launched for the first time in its 75-year history, a four-door, four-seater,
where sheer power meets revolutionary design.
Ferrari has launched the Purosangue with great anticipation, a car that promises to change the performance landscape of cars around the world.
This car is powered by a naturally aspirated V12 engine.
One of the most important distinguishing features of this sports car is that it is a combined horse in speed and performance.
This time, the car was associated with practicality and high driving height.
The Teatro del Silenzio in Lajatico, Pisa was also a great place to discover the game-changing car.
Which carries Ferrari’s DNA at its core and innovation at its heart.
The Ferrari Purosangue was also named after the Italian for “Authentic”,
and the car was the subject of rumors and speculation for many years.
Where the public and the media alike anticipated what Maranello might have up their sleeves.
Now the answer is here, this car was distinguished in all its glory with four-wheel drive,
front-wheel drive, and more power than any other car in the crossover class.
The Purosangue has been designed to be as aerodynamic as possible,
and features a range of innovations,
from the latest in vehicle dynamic control systems to the world debut of Ferrari’s active suspension technology using the True Active Spool Valve (TASV) system.
Ferrari Purosangue Design Features
Everyone is expected to be talking about one design feature that is the fact that the Purosangue features rear-hinged passenger doors, or welcome doors.
They are designed to allow people to get in and out of the car as smoothly as possible without having to increase the size of the car.
Elsewhere, customers will find Ferrari’s largest-ever trunk,
heated front and rear seats and a Burmester high-end audio system as standard.
The car’s performance figures are also impressive, with acceleration from 0 to 62 mph in just 3.3 seconds.
While the Purosangue will sprint from 0-125 mph in an amazing 10.2 seconds.
The 6.5-liter V12 has also been carefully engineered to provide the driver with seemingly endless power under their right foot,
with an eight-speed dual-clutch transmission and cylinder heads drawn from the fearsome 812 competition.
Sustainability was key to Ferrari’s design of the Purosangue,
with 85% of the car’s launch trim being sustainably produced.
The fabric roof liner is made from recycled polyester,
the leaf carpet is made from recycled polyamide from ocean salvaged fishing nets and freshly made Alcantara®,
also derived from recycled polyester.
Interior design for Purosangue
Meanwhile, the interior of the Purosangue is a blend of luxurious materials and surprising space,
with an emphasis on comfort and style.
The DNA of the Ferrari sports car is still present, with the driver’s cockpit inspired by the SF90 Stradale.
While the front passenger will feel equally involved in the driving experience,
their space features a dedicated 10.2-inch screen that displays performance numbers as they happen.
With unparalleled handling and performance in a car of this size and shape,
combined with the iconic Ferrari style seen in GT cars,
it is fair to say that the Purosangue is truly a car like no other.
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