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Ferrari's new SUV might get more power than Lamborghini's Urus

Ferrari's new SUV might get more power than Lamborghini's Urus

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Ferrari has been silent about its upcoming SUV which has been in development for sometime. You can expect it to get more power than the Urus.

 

The car, developed under the Purosangue name (Italian for ‘thoroughbred’ or ‘pure blood’) has been confirmed by Ferrari last year. Yet to be seen by anyone outside its factory gates, the SUV will likely push the performance of such vehicles to new heights, Car and Driver reported.

 

It is believed that the Purosangue will be powered by a V8 engine from its current stable of powertrain options and will likely be paired to some kind of hybrid system. Unless Ferrari comes out with a revolutionary platform for the car, the electric motors should be powering the SUV's front wheels while the engine turns the wheels behind.

 

With all the major luxury brands having at least one SUV in their line-up, it is only a matter of time before Ferrari joined the party.

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