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The Ferrari Purosangue Would Have Looked Better As A Sedan

The Ferrari Purosangue Would Have Looked Better As A Sedan

A Ferrari Sedan Might Actually Make Sense

The Ferrari Purosangue Would Have Looked Better As A Sedan
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If you were to ask what the Purosangue is, the answer would be: a four-door family car. As for the body style, not even the company knew where to place it, so it came with its own classification:
“Ferrari Utility Vehicle” (FUV). So, it is not a SUV, it is not a crossover, it is a FUV. When looked at from the front, the Purosangue actually looks amazing, and it’s even a bit tempting. But when you start to look at the side and rear, that’s where things get weird and the confusion starts.

In order to help us with our confusion, KDesign AG revealed his latest project: a Purosangue redesigned as a sedan – and actually, we can say that the FUV would have looked better like that. It even comes in the red color that made Ferrari famous over the years, which is another plus. The only problem is that the result is a little boxy and it kind of reminds us of the Chrysler 300, and that’s not really a good thing. But despite this weird resemblance, we still like the Purosangue sedan a little bit better than the FUV.

What Powers The Ferrari Purosangue?

The Ferrari Purosangue is an Identity Crisis on Wheels
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The Purosangue is offered with a massive, naturally aspirated 6.5-liter V-12 engine that delivers a total of 715 horsepower and 528 pound-feet of torque – making it the most powerful luxury SUV in the world, for now. The power is sent to all four wheels via an eight-speed, oil-bath dual-clutch transmission and an all-wheel-drive system. The Purosangue is not only very powerful, but it also delivers amazing performance figures: 0 to 62 mph in 3.3 seconds, 0 to 124 mph in 10.6 seconds, and a top speed of 193 mph. And, no matter how much we dislike the body style, we must admit: these are amazing numbers for a SUV… errr… FUV.

Source: Behance