2023 Ferrari Purosangue – Review Specs, Release Date, and Price

2023 ferrari purosangue: review specs, release date, and price

Ferrari’s creation of the SUV could be the most important news we’ve heard about since the outbreak of COVID-19. The car was initially scheduled to be released as a YM 2022 model.

However, the outbreak delayed its debut and caused development delays. Therefore, we’re unsure what the 2023 Ferrari Purosangue will likely be.

In the following days, we were able to learn more about the rumours of other automobile manufacturers that are exotic joining the SUV line-up like Lexus and Bugatti.

Lamborghini was the first manufacturer to explore this market, and it has received positive feedback from other brands who are also proving similar.

According to initial reports about 2023 Ferrari Purosangue is set to take the company into the upper echelon. The Maranello-based maker is famous for its distinctive designs, engine and limited options.

Full Specification and Features of 2023 Ferrari Purosangue

Model Number

2023 Ferrari Purosangue

Made In



Bumper-to-Bumper: 36 months / unlimited distance , Powertrain: 36 months / unlimited distance , Roadside Assistance: 36 months / unlimited distance

Available Colors

Rosso Scuderia, Rosso Dino, Bianco Avus, Grigio Scuro, Grigio Silverstone, Verde British, Avorio, Blu Scozia, Blue Swaters, Nero Daytona, Giallo Modena, Rosso Mugello, Rosso Corsa, Nero Black.

Body Type


Engine Engine Type


No. Of Cylinders


Fuel System

Gasoline Direct Injection

Fuel Type

Premium Unleaded



What’s New in 2023 Ferrari Purosangue?

In contrast to the previously leaked model, This Purosangue prototype has been reverted to dark black camouflage over the major portion parts of its exterior.

It is believed that this particular model is more hidden on the rear than the previous models to hide the rear window that is raked to the max.

How much is the 2023 Ferrari Purosangue

There’s no way to tell the price an SUV manufactured by Ferrari could be, but I’m assuming it will not hit the $500,000 threshold.

If I could speculate, I’d think that the price would fall somewhere between $250,000 and $400,000 price range based on the specifications Ferrari required to create to bring the SUV to life.

When Will, The 2023 Ferrari Purosangue Come Out?

Ferrari typically plays its cards carefully when it comes to new vehicle launches. However, the SUV is a greater deal than other models from the company.

This is why the automaker announced in its report on sales for 2021 it was predicting that Purosange will begin production in 2022 and be in their new owners in 2023.

New 2023 Ferrari Purosanguedesign

Ferrari has done a great job of obscuring the 2023 Ferrari Purosangue appearance – up to the present.  

The sportscar with a low-slung stance appears like Ferrari’s SF90 hybrid supercar, suggesting that a courageous person snapped this photo during work on Ferrari’s production line.

EXTERIOR of 2023 Ferrari Purosangue

In the render, The initial thing that you’ll see is our artist has designed the front part exactly like that of the GTC4Lusso from 2016, which we’ll be seeing during the Geneva Motor Show. 

The same grille that has the prancing horse in the middle, as well as the same headlights, were used in the drawing.

The hood is also like the one on the car, but it’s an upward swoop closer to the glass.

Below, there’s an air dam accentuated by sharp line lines of a body on every corner, giving the lower lip a 3D visual appearance.

Looking to the sides, there’s an opening on the fender that is directly beneath it is the Ferrari emblem. The vent is similar to the GTC4Lusso. However, it has only one gill instead of three.

The body line of the fender drops down beneath on the mirrors in front of you and door glass before swooping up to give a more muscular look at the rear of the quarters. In the picture, our model used the same wheels as the GTC4Lusso.

However, if the SUV became an actual reality, the vehicle would likely be equipped with tires with slightly thicker sides to ease the ride. Our illustration shows that the mythical SUV is essentially a GTC4Lusso that has shorter front doors and added rear doors.

The body line that runs from the rear corner of the lower part that connects the wheel’s front wells up to the rear wheel wells is the same. Of course, the body is likely to be a little taller to provide greater headroom in the rear.

The space for cargo will likely be restricted due to the small rear quarters. However, I’d like Ferrari to make the rear seats fold flat against the floor, allowing plenty of storage space for cargo and no passengers in the rear.

The artist who created the rendering didn’t show the car’s rear; however, we expect to see more design inspirations taken from GTC4Lusso. Dual-taillights with a round shape are expected to be seen on each corner.

However, I think that the rear diffuser will appear much less aggressive. A rear-facing hatch would be slightly taller, and the overhang of the hatch to be extended slightly to give it more of a sporty look at the rear.

INTERIOR of 2023 Ferrari Purosangue

If Ferrari made an SUV, I’d like the interior to hold five passengers, with dashboard and seating covered in the highest quality Alcantara available. Of course, the fabrics will also be stitched by hand.

A steering wheel with a flat bottom will most likely be a standard model, with the dash and centre console resembling what we saw on the 2017 Ferrari F12tdf. 

For an SUV of this quality, I’d like to see a huge touchscreen display in the front and at least two displays at the rear for passengers.

Phone and USB connectivity will be expected, but I would like to see a 4G LTE connection and the ability to play Blu-ray and DVDs from the rear.

The cargo space is likely to be restricted when the rear seats are up, offering plenty of space for your groceries for the week or two luggage bags.

However, I would anticipate that the seats fold flat and provide plenty of space for cargo, even without the rear passengers being in.

Engine, transmission and Performance of 2023 Ferrari Purosangue

We’re not sure what’s going to be in the engine. However, the 2023 Ferrari Purosangue could be equipped with a turbocharged V-8 or a powerful V-12 engine similar to that found in Ferrari’s famous supercars.

All-wheel drive is an expected feature, and we wouldn’t be shocked to see electrification take the form of hybrid systems.

Ferrari had a 950-hp V-12 hybrid powertrain in their LaFerrari hypercar back in 2014. There’s one thing we know: It’ll be a beast.

The Purosangue will be entering the horsepower battle with the 6-26 horsepower Bentley Bentayga, the 641-hp Lamborghini Urus, and the Aston Martin DBX, powered by a 542-hp V-8 motor provided by the powertrain geniuses at Mercedes-AMG.

Safety and Driver-Assistance Features of 2023 Ferrari Purosangue

The 2023 Ferrari Purosangue has never been tested crash-tested by authorities like the National Highway Traffic Administration (NHTSA) or the Insurance Institute (IIHS). It is also likely that it has never been.

None of these agencies conducts tests on high-end niche vehicles. We anticipate Ferrari to provide a variety of driver-assistance options, but. Important safety features could include:

  • Automated emergency braking available with pedestrian detection
  • Lane-keeping assistance
  • Available adaptive cruise controls for vehicles

Coverage for Warranty, Maintenance and Insurance of 2023 Ferrari Purosangue

Although  2023 Ferrari Purosangue warranty may not be as comprehensive as Aston Martin’s or Bentley’s, and both offer unlimited mileage, owners of the Purosangue will discover repairs are covered up to a whopping seven years.

  • The limited warranty is for three years or 36,000 miles
  • The powertrain warranty is valid for the following: 3 years of coverage or 36,000 miles
  • The maintenance included is covered for 7-years or unlimited miles