Ferrari admits that Purosangue crossover development is more difficult than SF90 sports carNovember 17, 2020
This is reported by the portal Carscoops.
According to published data, Ferrari has admitted that development of the first Purosangue crossover has been slower than the SF90 hybrid sports car with its incredibly complex hybrid powertrain. The main problem in the design was that the brand’s engineers were tasked with making a crossover that Ferrari is recognized in.
It should be noted that now the best minds of the brand are working on the project, led by Michael Leiters, who took an active part in the creation of Porsche crossovers. It is currently not known what kind of power plant the new Italian crossover will receive and what it will look like – early spy shots show us the car, which received different bodywork from different cars.
The new Ferrari Purosangue is expected to be powered by the GT4 Lusso, which is a 3.9-liter twin-turbo V8 with 650 hp. It also cannot be ruled out that the car will receive a hybrid power plant based on a supercharged V6, which is already being developed by Ferrari engineers.
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