Video: Top Gear's Ferrari Purosangue review
How does this 715bhp, V12-engined high-riding Ferrari fare on Italy's snow covered mountain roads? Time to find out
Purosangue; it translates directly as ‘pure blood’ but once you’ve finessed the Italian translation a little bit, resolves more like ‘thoroughbred’. Apt for a brand whose identity is forever recognised as a famously flouncy horse, and something of a departure for the maker of supercars. Mainly because Ferrari’s first attempt at a more practical, higher-riding vehicle has produced a four-door, four-seat, four-wheel drive SUV with a 6.5-litre V12 stuffed under the bonnet.
Time to find out how the 715bhp V12 fares on Italy's snow covered mountain roads. Over to Top Gear magazine's Tom Ford...
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