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Ferrari Purosangue verdict

2022 onwards (change model)
Parkers overall rating: 4.5 out of 54.5

Written by James Dennison Published: 13 September 2022 Updated: 28 September 2023

Should you buy one?

The price tag is sky high, but there’s not doubt that the Ferrari Purosangue offers a unique and hugely impressive experience that none of its rivals can replicate. It’s not – as Ferrari may claim – an uncompromised sports car with room for four, but it is a successful expansion of the famous Italian brand that will no doubt draw in a new line of wealthy customers.

It sounds like a Ferrari, looks like a Ferrari and has the performance figures to match, delivering scarcely believable levels of speed from its naturally aspirated V12 engine. Few other manufacturers, if any, could integrate such an incredible powertrain into an SUV.

The Aston Martin DBX and Lamborghini Urus – both incredibly competent – somehow feel less special now, in offering fewer cylinders.

What we like

Perhaps even more impressive is that it still fits the brief of a luxury car. It’s super comfortable, the ride is excellent and the cabin is trimmed impeccably.

What we don’t like

There’s a couple of issues, the poor infotainment controls and automatic rear doors that don’t have sensors to stop them colliding with outside objects, but they’re not enough to spoil a special car. If you’re fortunate enough to have the money, there’s few better vehicles to spend it on.

Ferrari Purosangue review (2023)
It almost seems absurd to apply the SUV label to a car this shapely.

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