The Purosangue will be joined by two other crossovers by 2026.
Both vehicles will be all-electric.
Power ratings would start around 610 horsepower.
The Italian supercar maker has put off both SUVs and EVs as long as it could, at least it seems that way. Stories about the Ferrari Purosangue SUV began close to two years ago and could be revealed this year or early 2022. The rumours state that two other SUVs will be launched after the Purosangue.
The thing about these two other utility vehicles is that they will be fully electric vehicles. The odd bit here is that only two months ago, the Ferrari CEO said that he really didn’t see a 100% electric Ferrari coming anytime soon. This could possibly explain why Louis Camilleri suddenly resigned in early December…
According to Top Speed, the two EVs, which incidentally will likely also become Ferrari’s first-ever EVs, will be spin-offs of the Purosangue. These Ferrari SUVs should be built on a platform capable of holding up to four electric motors which would deliver about 300 miles of range from an 80 kWh battery and 610 horsepower in its base form. Might one of these electric SUVs become Ferrari’s first full-production 1,000+horsepower vehicle?
Ahead however of these EVs will be a hybrid iteration, possibly based on the SF90 Stradale’s setup, about a year after the Purosangue’s introduction.