New four-seat Italian stallion set to pack a 600kW V12 power punch – just don’t call it an SUV
Expected to be the world’s fastest SUV when it launches in early 2022, the 300km/h-plus Ferrari Purosangue is tipped to be powered by a stonking 600kW (800hp) V12 petrol engine.
The all-wheel drive Ferrari wagon will feature height-adjustable suspension, allowing for mild off-road sojourns or ground-hugging, high-velocity blasts, and is sure to send Ferrari’s share price soaring as well.
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