The first deliveries will take place in 2023.
It will be the world’s first “FUV.”
What was also inevitable was the coming of a Ferrari SUV. Talks about the coming of the “FUV” (Ferrari Utility Vehicle), as referred to by the late FCA boss Sergio Marchionne, date back at least four years. There’s been much speculation about the SUV and now we know production will officially begin in 2022.
Details on the 2023 Ferrari Purosangue SUV, sorry FUV, are still extremely limited. It’s unknown what will power the vehicle however rumours, dating back to summer 2019, hinted that V8 power with hybrid assistance was very likely. Considering some of Ferrari’s latest cars, namely the 296 GTB and SF90, a PHEV powertrain seems like a logical direction for the SUV to go in.
The Purosangue is not here yet but already the competition is fierce. The Lamborghini Urus, Bentley Bentayga, and recently announced Aston Martin DBX707 are all vying for the luxury-performance SUV buyers’ attention.
Unlike these SUVs, the 2023 Ferrari Purosangue will probably not be available to all who want one, at least at first, if Ferrari continues to act like Ferrari. It’s possible that the Italian supercar maker will review its approach as the financial benefits the SUV will bring to the company, as stated by Top Gear, will be strong.