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Ferrari Purosangue Would Have Been Better As A Sedan

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Ferrari Purosangue

Power, speed, and dynamism are the first things that come to mind when we hear “Ferrari” or “Lamborghini.” These characteristics characterized Italian supercars for many years. The Urus and Ferrari Purosangue followed, and even if we knew they were not the only ones, these two vehicles caused us to pause and wonder why. Ferrari recently debuted the Purosangue, and despite being the sportiest in its class, it still has a segment identity dilemma.

A Ferrari Sedan Is a Good Idea – The Purosangue is a four-door family car if you inquire what it was. Even the firm was unsure of where to put the body type, so it was given its classification: “Ferrari Utility Vehicle” (FUV). Therefore, it is an FUV and not an SUV or a crossover. The Ferrari Purosangue genuinely appears stunning and quite alluring when viewed from the front. However, things start to get strange and confusing when you look at the side and back.

Ferrari Purosangue

To clear up any uncertainty, KDesign AG unveiled its most recent design and a Purosangue remade as a sedan. The FUV would have looked better that way. Moreover, it’s available in the iconic red that has made Ferrari renowned. The only issue is that the finished product is a little boxy and looks like the Chrysler 300, which isn’t a good thing. Nevertheless, despite this strange likeness, we still prefer the FUV slightly to the Purosangue sedan.

How is the Ferrari Purosangue propelled? The Purosangue is available with a strong, naturally aspirated 6.5-liter V-12 engine that produces 715 horsepower and 528 pound-feet of torque, making it the most robust luxury SUV in the world. An eight-speed, oil-bath dual-clutch transmission and an all-wheel-drive system are used to distribute the power to all four wheels. The Purosangue has an incredible top speed of 193 mph and impressive performance numbers, including 0 to 62 mph in 3.3 seconds and 0 to 124 mph in 10.6 seconds. Even if we don’t like the body shape, we have to admit that these are incredible stats for an SUV, well, FUV.

Saloni Behl

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