The Purosangue's sleek and athletic exterior distinguishes it from competition.
The mid-front-mounted naturally-aspirated V12 unleashes more power than any other in the segment and can deliver 80% torque even at low revs. Insane, right?
The Purosangue is the first four-door, four-seater, car in the Prancing Horse’s 75-year history.
The driver’s cockpit inspired by the SF90 Stradale is almost mirrored on the passenger side.
Ferrari has for the first time in its history, provided four separate and independently adjustable seats.
Check out the tail where the horizontal cut line incorporates the taillights at its tips. Beneath, on full display are the two vents.