Ferrari Purosangue Interior

September 10th, 2022 by

Ferrari Purosangue front seat interior
 

The Ferrari Purosangue interior has an entirely unique look and feel. To be sure, the quality of the materials live up to the standard that you’d expect from this nameplate, and the ‘thoroughbred’ Purosangue is a driver-focused vehicle, through and through. The standard 6.5-liter naturally aspirated V12 engine is likewise an appropriate nod to the Prancing Horse’s legacy—but this model is looking toward the future, too.

After all, this Ferrari offers seating for up to four passengers. It’s now the largest model in the Ferrari lineup. The Purosangue also bucks industry trends by eschewing the central touchscreen in favor of more robust steering-wheel mounted controls. When all is said and done, it carries forward the spirit of Ferrari even as it resets expectations for the storied Italian manufacturer.

Ready for a look inside the Ferrari Purosangue? We’ve covered everything you need to know.

Inside the Ferrari Purosangue: Seating & Design

The Ferrari Purosangue seating capacity always tops out at four passengers: both of the rear seats are individual bucket seats, and no bench is available. So, what can you expect upon stepping into the rear row of this four-passenger Ferrari? When the rear-hinged doors open up, you’ll be greeted by the finest leathers and finishes: semi-aniline leather and carbon fiber with copper weave detailing are just two of your many options. According to Ferrari, up to 85% of the interior materials have been produced sustainably. Even recycled fish nets have been used to produce the fibers in the carpets!

Naturally, there’s even more to get excited about in the first row. The steering wheel-mounted controls eliminate the need for a traditional central touchscreen, and so the dashboard utilizes a swooping 50/50-split layout that gives the front passenger their own on-screen controls. The driver, on the other hand, has all the information they need on a configurable digital gauge cluster. (Comfort controls are hidden away on a discreet rotary system, embedded in the dashboard.) Both front seats offer massage functionality. Like the rear seats, those in the front are divided by a smartly designed center console.

Inside the Ferrari Purosangue: Dimensions

As noted, the Ferrari Purosangue seating capacity allows up to four passengers to travel comfortably. Moreover, although Ferrari has offered vehicles with 2+2 seating in the past, the Purosangue interior is far larger and more accommodating than anything the brand has put forward before. Even six-foot passengers will be able to sit comfortably in the rear of the vehicle. Each of the seats is independently adjustable—a first for a four-passenger Ferrari—and its 16.7-cubic foot loadspace makes it easy to travel with cargo.

Inside the Ferrari Purosangue: Features

We’ve already drawn your attention to the Purosangue interior’s steering wheel-mounted controls and dual 10.2-inch front screens, but we’ve barely scratched the surface of what it has to offer. Although the Purosangue doesn’t weigh you down with unnecessary gimmicks, it does come standard with useful tools like Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™. A Burmester® 3D High-End Surround Sound audio system is also standard—just in case you ever get tired of the V12’s awe-inspiring roar. Notably, the Purosangue will also feature the first iteration of the Prancing Horse’s new active suspension system. In other words, it feels just as good as it looks.

Order Your Purosangue at Continental AutoSports Ferrari

Now that you’ve had a chance to get familiar with some of the cabin’s most exciting features, you can get in touch with our team whenever you’re ready to see it in person. We know you’ll love how you feel when you step inside the Ferrari Purosangue at our Chicagoland dealership, and we’re even more certain that it can revolutionize your drives from Milwaukee to Indianapolis—and beyond. If you’ve seen enough, then you can even order your new Ferrari today!

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