Official: 2024 Ferrari Purosangue Will Start At Just Under $400,000

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And the destination charge alone is a shocking $5,000.

We have known for some time that the Ferrari Purosangue would likely cost in the region of $400,000, but now Car and Driver has received official confirmation from the automaker that says the base price before any options will be $398,350. Part of that shocking price is a huge $5,000 destination charge, which is one of the highest out there. And the starting price may actually be higher - the not-an-SUV has not yet been rated for fuel economy by the Environmental Protection Agency, which means that its gas guzzler tax fee has yet to be determined (assuming that it attracts one, which depends on how the EPA classifies the vehicle).

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Those who are willing to shell out such an amount will need to be patient. Although Ferrari will not confirm how many orders it has accepted for its new thoroughbred, reports state that buyers face a two-year waiting list for one of the most sought-after pseudo SUVs on the market. But we think it would be worth the wait, considering how brilliantly special the four-seat four-door is.

Its suspension is astonishingly advanced, its reverse-opening doors are the stuff of theater, and the beating heart of the machine - a front-mid-mounted 6.5-liter V12 - is gloriously unassisted and produces 715 horsepower, allowing for a top speed of 193 mph.

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Ferrari celebrated record results in 2022, and that trend is sure to continue as deliveries of the Purosangue get underway. The Prancing Horse has also confirmed that it will launch four new cars in 2023, which the well-heeled will be eager to ensure they get their hands on. Among the expected arrivals is a replacement for the 812 to do battle with Lamborghini's upcoming Aventador successor, while a special version of the SF90, a drop-top take on the elegant Roma, and possibly even a hardcore version of the F8 Tributo are also predicted. 11 more new models will follow these over the next three years, meaning that the Italian automaker will launch 15 cars between now and 2026. What economic downturn?

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