Ferrari Purosangue Specs

October 26th, 2022 by

Ferrari Purosangue exterior

The unveiling of Ferrari Purosangue brings plenty of reasons to celebrate. After all, it isn’t every day that Maranello unveils an all-new vehicle with a naturally-aspirated 6.5-liter V12 engine. Explore the factors that set this model apart with our comprehensive guide to the Ferrari Purosangue specs—and then stop in to experience its unmistakable roar first-hand.

Ferrari Purosangue Engine

Although Ferrari is in the process of electrifying its lineup, it doesn’t have any plans to phase out internal combustion engines completely. The Purosangue’s interior design may be pushing the Italian automaker in exciting new directions, but some things never change.

Without further ado, let’s take a closer look at the Ferrari Purosangue engine:

  • With 715 horsepower, the Purosangue has a significant edge over the Lamborghini Urus and the Aston Martin DBX.
  • The Purosangue engine offers up to 528 pound-feet of torque—and up to 80% of that torque will be available at just 2100 RPM.
  • Ferrari has offered plenty of V12 engines in the past—and the cylinder heads in the Purosangue are based on those of the 812 Competizione. However, the intake, timing, and exhaust systems have been completely redesigned for this new application.
  • Other elements, including angle of the cylinder banks and the method of fuel injection, have been carried over from past successes.
  • While some may bemoan the lack of a turbocharger, we think the ‘pure’, naturally-aspirated V12 is a perfect choice for this high-performance Italian thoroughbred. 

Ferrari Purosangue 0–60 Time & Top Speed

The Ferrari Purosangue’s specs on the track are no less impressive than the engine itself—and very few rivals will be able to match the Ferrari Purosangue 0–60 times. When you pull out all the stops, this model accelerates from 0 to 60 mph in as little as 3.3 seconds. It can also reach a top speed of up to 193 mph.

Chicagoland’s enthusiasts shouldn’t be surprised to learn that this model handles exactly like a Ferrari should. In lieu of traditional roll bars, the Purosangue uses four electric motors in order to control the amount of pressure on each damper. Adaptive suspension is standard, and when you really get moving, the Purosangue can automatically lower its ride height by up to 0.4 inches.

Reserve Your Purosangue at Continental AutoSports Ferrari

Although production of the Purosangue will be restricted to ensure that it takes up no more than 20% of the brand’s total sales, interested drivers should absolutely get in touch with Continental AutoSports Ferrari for a closer look. Our Chicagoland dealership is here for drivers from Milwaukee to Indianapolis and beyond, and we can help you order a new Ferrari today.

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