Ferrari SUVs

As a purveyor of exclusive supercars and sports cars, the famed Italian brand has never dabbled with producing a Ferrari SUV or crossover - until now, that is. The Prancing Horse is taking on the Lamborghini Urus and Bentley Betayga in the high-performance sports utility vehicle segment. As such, its models need to exhibit the handling we’re used to from the rest of the sports cars in the stable, not to mention the exquisite looks the marque is known for.

List of New Ferrari SUV Models and Prices

This is a list of the Ferrari SUV models and prices in the USA:

Model Power Engine Base Price
Ferrari Purosangue 715 hp 6.5L V12 Gas $400,000

What to Consider When Buying a Ferrari Crossover

The SUV and crossover segment is one of the most popular in the US, and to be successful, an automaker has to meet certain expectations. However, Ferrari is not content with that, and its SUV and crossover models aim to exceed all expectations and carve out a super-SUV segment. To this end, its cars exhibit unique strengths and weaknesses.


  • Ferrari status and bragging rights come standard
  • Match or beat the best performance SUVs in the world
  • The only naturally aspirated V12 in an SUV
  • Standard all-wheel drivetrain
  • Genuinely spacious interior


  • Phenomenally expensive
  • Subpar cargo capacity


What are the specs of the Ferrari Purosangue?

The new and first Ferrari SUV makes use of a naturally aspirated V12 engine that delivers 715 horsepower to all four wheels. This allows the low-riding vehicle to accelerate from 0-60 mph in a blistering 3.3 seconds and on to a top speed of 193 mph.

What is the price of the new Ferrari SUV?

While we are still waiting for the final price to be announced, the information we do have seems to imply that consumers will need to put down around $400,000 if they want to buy the brand’s first SUV.

Is the Ferrari SUV a practical vehicle?

While the automaker hasn’t announced exactly how much space there is in the back seat, every position is allotted its own private space and multiple levels of adjustability. But while passengers may be well accommodated, there is a meager 16.7 cubic feet of cargo space, which is well below what rival SUV models supply.

How fuel-efficient is Ferrari’s SUV?

The Purosangue was never built with economy in mind, which explains the presence of a huge displacement V12 engine. Thus, it comes as no surprise that it manages just 12/16/14 mpg across the city/highway/combined cycles.

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