Ferrari Purosangue

The Ferrari Purosangue is the first four-door four-seater from Ferrari, models with two rear seats have played an important role in the company’s strategy from the very beginning. The combination of top performance and first-class comfort has been one of the pillars of the success of numerous Ferrari models. Now, as the culmination of 75 years of cutting-edge research, Ferrari has created a unique vehicle. It perfectly embodies Ferrari’s DNA and combines performance, driving pleasure and comfort in perfect harmony. This is why this new model is called Ferrari Purosangue – Italian for thoroughbred.

Combined fuel consumption: 17.1 l/100 km
CO2 emissions combined: 389 g/km
Further information on the official fuel consumption and the official specific CO2 emissions of new passenger cars can be found in the ‘Guide on fuel consumption, CO2 emissions and electricity consumption of new passenger cars’, which is available free of charge at all sales outlets and at

The key data of the Purosangue: V12 cylinder, 6.5 liter displacement, no turbo, no electric auxiliary engine, yet 725 hp and a maximum torque of 718 Newton meters, 80 percent of which is already available at 2100 rpm. It goes from 0 to 100 in 3.3 seconds, to 200 in 10.6 seconds and tops out at 310 km/h.
It’s everything you would expect from a Ferrari. Incidentally, the price is also 380,000 euros. But in front of you is a kind of SUV, 4.97 meters long, flat indeed, but higher than any other vehicle of the brand to date. It also has four doors, and the rear doors open in opposite directions, which is very unusual. This is intended to make boarding easier, which is true, and there is also plenty of space in the rear, at least much more than in the familiar 2+2-seaters from Maranello. However, there are only two individual seats in the rear; five seats are not possible because the eight-speed dual-clutch transmission is located on the rear axle (transaxle design) and takes up space. It ensures a balanced weight distribution of 49 to 51.

“A car of its own kind”
All four wheels are driven, the rear wheels are also steered, at higher speeds with up to one degree, when maneuvering they move with up to three degrees and also in opposite directions. This makes it easier to park, although the Purosangue, whose unwieldy name roughly means “thoroughbred”, is not overly large at just under five meters in length. But it weighs almost 2.2 tons despite the large amount of aluminium used for the hood, tailgate and space frame. The trunk capacity is just under 473 liters.
Ferrari avoids the abbreviation SUV like the devil avoids holy water, even the terms crossover or SAV, Sport Activity Vehicle, are not popular. It is simply a car of its own kind and by no means an “off-road car”, even if the many assistance systems – everything that is common today – include hill descent control. Its all-wheel drive talents are to be put to good use above all on snow and ice. Like all Ferraris, the Purosangue also has the Manettino on the steering wheel with five setting options for the engine, gearbox and suspension: Ice, Wet, Comfort, Sport and, for the really ambitious drivers, “ESC Off”. In addition, each position can be set by pressing “Soft” or “Medium”, and there is also “Hard” for the two sport positions.