Ferrari Purusang, V12 Engine Roar – Mondo Auto

The twelve-cylinder from Maranello has an unmistakable sound, even when placed under the skin of an SUV. Authentic Ferrari He should hear his sound and especially the roar of the naturally aspirated V12 engine that will power the flagship version of the high-wheeled Model One of the Prancing Horse. On the last road trip of the prototype of the Italian brand’s highly anticipated model, the clear sound of the engine was also captured. The unit was confirmed by Ferrari’s own CEO, Benedetto Vigna, fueling expectations for a car designed to rewrite the canons of the luxury sports utility sector.

The V12 powertrain that will power the Ferrari Purosangue should be similar to what we knew about the 812, with a power upgrade that should make that engine work. Delivers over 800 HP, sought the lowest number to surpass the V8 of the Lamborghini Urus, the current standard in the super SUV class and at the same time also beat the 707 hp Aston Martin DBX707, the more performance version of the high-wheeled Gaydon model. In the clip released by Varryx, you can hear the sound of the twelve-cylinder Maranello, coming from under the camouflaged chassis of the prototype used for road tests around the Maranello factory.

Although Ferrari has already confirmed that the launch version of the Purosangue will not be electric, it is almost certain that the first Prancing Horse SUV will also be offered with other subdivisions. The main candidate is an electrified V6 which debuted on the 296 GTB. In this case, we’ll be increasing the battery capacity to increase range in full electric, while keeping combined power close to 830 hp. We’ll have to wait a few more weeks to learn more about the Ferrari Purosangue, with the debut of the first high-wheeled model from the car manufacturer Maranello which could happen right after the summer rather than on Capital Markets Day.

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