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Thoroughbred Ferrari: so it can be off-road Cavallino Rampante



The numbers rule and that's why, even though many brand fans aren't too excited about the idea, Ferrari is developing its first SUV or SUV. This will be called Thoroughbred (this is the name of a famous type of horse from England) and will be ready in 2022.

Until now, the design is unknown. Ferrari gave no clue and outside the Maranello office no one knew how it looked outside, but to imagine it already some render began to circulate.

The last is Italian designer Giorgi Tedorazde, who broke the mold foreign images with typical Ferrari shapes, if possible to say that it has a "distinctive form".

This might be a Thoroughbred Ferrari according to Italian designer Giorgi Tedorazde.
This might be a Thoroughbred Ferrari according to Italian designer Giorgi Tedorazde.

The problem is, according to Tedorazde, Bloodhound Ferrari will have small headlights, daytime running lights at the bottom of the bumper, large grill with tripled air intake and the hood is full of nerves and bicolor.

From what is seen in this sketch (we repeat: this is not official), the Cavallino SUV will have it big wheels. Will they come with versatile tires or will they be low-heeled and sporty?

At the same time, this designer imagined Five-door SUV, but with a coupe style. As such, it will be added to the SUV list with a pronounced drop roof, a trend that emerged from the BMW X6 and has copied several models.

From mechanics there isn't too much precision, but Ferrari has advanced will have hybrid motorization. There will be an internal combustion engine on the front axle and an electric engine at the rear. That is, he will have a four-wheel drive. The suspension will be done specifically for off-road and automatic double clutch boxes.

For Ferrari, going into a new segment will yield higher profits. Purosangue will be produced no less than 10,000 units per year.


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