Is Ferrari Purosangue most Expensive SUV going to Launch in India?

The Ferrari Purosangue comes standard with a host of luxurious and high-performance features, but buyers may wish to take a look at Ferrari's other options. After a long day of cruising, the available electrochromic glass roof may tempt sunseekers, and the front seats may be quite comfortable.
The Purosangue is the only Ferrari available today that can fit four passengers in a proper manner. It has a set of sleek, rear-hinged coach-style (also known as "suicide") rear doors that are designed to make it easier to access the back seat while maintaining the appearance of having two doors. There is a centre console in each row and individual bucket seats for the front and rear passengers, so there isn't a bench in the back for an occasional fifth passenger.

Ferrari-calibre materials cover the interior. To say that the cockpit is driver-oriented would be an understatement, since the majority of the controls are operated through the steering wheel. The absence of a center-mounted infotainment touchscreen is a major surprise in this day and age of tablet-style center-stack screens. Although a glass roof is an option, sticking with the standard carbon-fiber roof panel will save weight if you don't care to see the sun while driving.
Engine and Gearbox 
A 6.5-liter naturally aspirated V12 engine producing 725 PS and 716 Nm of torque is mounted under the hood of the Ferrari. All four wheels receive power from this powerful engine through an eight-speed dual-clutch automatic (DCT). Purosangue's top speed is 310 kmph.
The Purosangue can reach a top speed of 193 kmph and 60 mph in just 3.2 seconds thanks to the engine's robust 528 pound-feet of torque. The handling and performance of the Purosangue left us very impressed, dispelling any last doubts we had that Ferrari's first SUV would be a complete failure.
There is a 10.2-inch digital gauge cluster and a separate 10.2-inch screen for the front passenger, but there isn't a centrally mounted infotainment display. Although Android Auto and Apple CarPlay come standard, an in-dash navigation system is not available. Ferrari thinks the majority of people would merely use their phones for this kind of service.
Several driver-assistance features, such as adaptive cruise control, automated high-beam headlamps, and automated emergency braking, are standard on the Purosangue. Visit the websites of the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) for additional details regarding Purosangue's crash test results.

  • Strong V-12 power. 
  • A smoothly adjusted ride and handling experience. 
  • One of the most expensive SUVs available right now.
  • Complex control system built into the steering wheel. 
  • The handle on the quirky back door is not very user-friendly.
  • One of the priciest SUVs available right now.

Price and Launch
Ferrari plans to introduce the Purosangue SUV in India on February 15, 2024, with a starting price of Rs. 5.00 crore. (expected ex-showroom price)

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