The Ferrari Purosangue is the first ever four-door, four-seater car in Ferrari’s history, but models with two rear seats have played a significant role in the company’s strategy since the very beginning. Now, in the culmination of 75 years of leading-edge research, Ferrari has created a unique car and the encapsulation of the Prancing Horse’s DNA, where performance, driving pleasure and comfort coexist in perfect harmony. And that’s why this new model was called Ferrari Purosangue – Italian for thoroughbred..




The all-new chassis with carbon-fibre roof is characterised by rear-hinged back doors to make ingress and egress easier while keeping the car as compact as possible. The cabin has four generous heated electric seats that will comfortably accommodate four adults. The boot is the largest ever seen on a Ferrari and the rear seats fold for even more space. The Ferrari Purosangue has a more commanding driving position than other Ferraris, but the configuration is the same as on every other Ferrari. As a result, the ergonomic driving position is still intimate to provide greater connection to the car’s dynamic capabilities.




The layout and proportions are completely different compared to other modern GT archetypes (crossovers and SUVs). The weight distribution of such cars, with the engine mounted forwards and the gearbox behind it, does not allow driving dynamics in keeping with Prancing Horse standards. The Ferrari Purosangue, on the other hand, has a mid-front-mounted engine with the gearbox at the rear to create a transaxle layout typical of sports cars. The PTU is coupled in front of the engine to provide a unique 4×4 transmission. This allows the Ferrari Purosangue to deliver exactly the 49:51% weight distribution that Maranello’s engineers deem optimal for a mid-front-engined sports car.

0-100 km/h 3.3 s
0-200 km/h 10.6 s
200-0 km/h 129 m
Max. speed > 310 km/h
Length 4,973 mm
Width 2,028 mm
Height 1,589 mm
Wheelbase 3,018 mm
Front Track 1,737 mm
Rear Track 1,720 mm
Dry Weight** 2.80 kg/cv
Weight Distribution 49% front – 51% rear
Front Tyres 255/35 R22 J9.0
Rear Tyres 315/30 R23 J11.0
Front Brakes 398 x38 mm
Rear Brakes 380 x34 mm

Purosangue By Name, Purosangue By Nature


The Ferrari Purosangue has created a new segment in which the Prancing Horse opens unprecedented new frontiers. Thanks to its modern architecture, the Purosangue is a versatile car that melds unparalleled comfort with Ferrari’s signature performance and driving pleasure. The Ferrari Purosangue (meaning thoroughbred) name beautifully describes the car’s architecture. Its sleek, athletic exterior sets it apart from other four-door, four-seater cars on the market and combines with a sublimely comfortable, luxuriously roomy and impeccably appointed cabin. This is not just an incredibly fast, agile car but it also offers the space on board to ensure exceptional comfort for all four occupants.


An Unmistakable Look

The Ferrari Purosangue doesn’t have a front grille – this has been replaced by a dihedral suspended on the lower section. Two shells create a disc form with a slot that houses the camera and parking sensors, so that they are integrated seamlessly into the car’s shape. At each side of the bonnet are the DLRs which are set between two pairs of air intakes which meld into the upper part of the flanks, underscoring the styling theme.





The cabin looks and feels like an extremely elegant, sporty lounge: when the doors are opened, a surprisingly generous space is revealed. Equally surprising is the sophisticated luxury of the interior which exudes a sense of both elegance and modernity. Modern design languages harmoniously combine with Ferrari’s signature GT sports car aesthetic. All of the forms are deliberately compact to optimise both the available space and its ergonomics.


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