Ferrari has no plans to include and SUV or a sedan in its lineup. Of course, now we have Bentley and Lamborghini stepping foot into the SUV market, but what about Ferrari? Well, obviously it still isn’t going to occur. Obviously, Ferrari is so stubborn that he still won’t step up to the plate and get in the SUV market, in spite of all the competition and interest from the public. But that doesn’t mean it will never take place. So, we chose to create a making of exactly what a Ferrari SUV could look like. With that stated, let’s have a look at our making and talk about exactly what a future Ferrari SUV may appear like.
If Ferrari did make an 2020 Ferrari SUV, I would anticipate the interior to accommodate five guests, with the seating and dash covered in the finest Alcantara offered. Of course, those materials would likewise be hand sewed. A flat-bottomed steering wheel will probably be the requirement, with the dash and center console looking much like what we see in the 2017 Ferrari F12tdf. For and SUV of this quality, I would expect to see a big, touch screen show in advance in addition to at least 2 bigger screens in the rear for travelers. USB and phone connectivity would be a provided, but I would expect a 4G LTE connection and the capability to play DVDs and Blu-ray discs in the rear. Cargo area would most likely be somewhat limited with the rear seats up, providing simply adequate area for the week’s groceries or luggage for 2. I would, nevertheless, expect the seats to fold flat to offer ample cargo space without rear guests aboard.
We anticipate 2020 Ferrari SUV to come with 4×4, so chances are we’ll see an updated version of the V-12 discovered in the Ferrari FF. That engine drained 660 horsepower and 503 pound-feet of torque, driving the FF to 60 mph in 3.7 seconds en route to a top speed of 208 mph. Naturally, Ferrari may drop power a bit, and due to the aerodynamic challenges of an SUV, the leading speed would probably be available in around 190 miles per hour approximately.
There is no telling exactly what sort of rate point an SUV from Ferrari would have, however I’m thinking it would fall short of the $500,000 mark. If I needed to think, I would state rates would be someplace in between the $250,000 and $400,000 price bracket– depending on what Ferrari needed to develop to make the SUV a truth.