The 2022 Ferrari Purosangue SUV has been caught on camera again, however we still don’t know what it will look like because it is wearing a Maserati Levante body covered in tape as a heavy disguise.
The bodywork has been modified to mirror the weight and proportions of the Ferrari SUV, but not the detailed design.
However, the images do provide some small clues. It’s apparent the body will be lower and sleeker than most SUVs – including its Maserati stablemate – and the final product will pack a massive staggered footprint, with much wider wheels on the rear versus the front.
The car was photographed in Maranello Italy at a test track not far from Ferrari HQ, though previous videos have shown a similar (or the same) prototype being driven on local streets.
While it is yet to be confirmed what engine or engines will power the 2022 Ferrari Purosangue, executives promise it will be “the world’s best” vehicle of its type, although the company stops short of calling it an SUV.
In an interview with international media at the 2019 Geneva motor show, Ferrari CEO Louis Camilleri said, “We announced that it would be launched in 2022, that hasn’t changed”.