Announced over Twitter, Ferrari further teased the Italian super SUV with a shot of its headlights with the line, “You’ve heard the rumors. Now Hear This,” followed by the roar of its rumored V8/V12 engine revving up.
Other expected details for the Purosangue include all-wheel-drive, a front mid-engine platform, and a price point north of $300,000 USD.
Ferrari will put all rumors to rest on September 13. Listen to the Purosangue’s engine below.
— Ferrari (@Ferrari) September 6, 2022
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