More luxury makers have released high-end options for sport utility lovers as interest in these types of models has increased in the US market over the last number of years. Not to be left behind, supercar brands are getting in on this rapidly expanding segment. Ferrari recently unveiled their model to compete in this segment, the Purosangue, which Ferrari classifies as a 2+2.
Luxury vehicles use comfort-focused design and high-end materials to create vehicles built to delight. Where luxury cars focus on convenience and comfort with style, supercars add world-class performance to the mix. Not every luxury car is a supercar, but every supercar is inherently luxurious. As we compare the Ferrari Purosangue to the Lamborghini Urus, we’ll explore the performance-based features that set these two show-stopping vehicles apart.
The first Lamborghini SUV hit the market in 2018 and revolutionized the SUV segment. The Urus was the first high-end super sport utility vehicle on the market. The Urus gives drivers the option to carry more than two passengers and tow up to 7,000 pounds adding a new dimension of functionality to the brand.
A 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 engine powers the Urus to a top speed of 305 mph. The 2023 model year sees a 16-horsepower boost from 2022 with the introduction of the S and Performante models. The Performante is available with 23-inch wheels and Pirelli P Zero Trofeo R tires. The interior of the Urus features more storage than the typical supercar including door pockets.
Lamborghini may have put the first super SUV on the street, but Ferrari has reinvented the concept from the ground up becoming the first super crossover. With more power, better weight distribution, and a lower stance, the Purosangue is more than just an SUV. This four-door, four-seater Ferrari offers a sleeker look than the Lamborghini Urus while maintaining the off-road functionality of a higher stance than the average sports car.
The Ferrari Purosangue comes in more than 250 pounds lighter than the Urus. With more horsepower, lighter curb weight, and a lower design than the Urus, the Purosangue was built to hug the road. With a rear-mounted gearbox, the Ferrari has better weight distribution than the Lamborghini. Inside the Ferrari Purosangue interior, drivers will find every ounce of high-quality design you’d expect from this legendary brand.
Whether you’re looking for a thrilling experience on or off the street, the Ferrari Prosangue has the power and features you’re looking for. With elegance, high performance, and world-class engineering, the Purosangue makes a stunning addition to the Ferrari lineup and the supercar segment. Connect with us to be first in line to get behind the wheel of this incredible vehicle at Continental AutoSports Ferrari in Hinsdale to experience the difference of the Purosangue for yourself.
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