The GTC4 Lusso replaced the FF in 2016.
Ferrari typically ends the production of a model after five years, hence why the end of the GTC4.
Ferrari’s SUV, the Purosangue, could be coming sooner than expected.
Resistance is futile. This is the case when it comes to SUVs for car companies that want to fatten their bottom line. The end of the very cool and controversial GTC4 Lusso can mean only one thing: The Ferrari SUV is on the way.
Rumours and talks about Ferrari building and selling an SUV date more than 2 ½ years and since then, we’ve learned of the vehicle’s code name, Purosangue, and little more. Reports of the SUV being powered by a PHEV V6 or a V12 have gone unconfirmed.
A few months ago, Ferrari did confirm that they were going ahead with two new product launches in 2020 but that neither was going to be the new SUV as it is “planned” for 2022. Now that production of the GTC4 Lusso has ended as the model has run its typical five-year course, could it be that Ferrari will in fact officially the Purosangue later this year, for the 2022 model year?
More than likely, according to caradisiac.com, the Ferrari SUV will break cover in 2021 for the 2022 model year.