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Purosangue è la prima sportiva a “ruote alte” della casa di Maranello, ed ha tutte le caratteristiche tecniche che ti aspetti da una Ferrari! Il suo V12 da 6,5 litri eroga una potenza di 725 cv - rendendola la UV più potente sul mercato - ed è installato come nelle sportive in posizione anteriore centrale accoppiato ad una posizione transaxle del cambio F1 DCT a 8marce, per una perfetta ripartizione dei pesi. La trazione integrale è garantita da un cambio a 4 marce sull’asse anteriore, attivo fino ai 200 km/h. La dinamica di guida è garantita inoltre dalle quattro ruote sterzanti e da un sistema sospensivo evolutivo. Ruote da 22” davanti e 23” dietro con dischi carboceramici di serie. Aerodinamica estremamente curata che definisce anche un corpo sinuoso il cui design si ispira al nuovo family feeling di Roma e 296. Apertura delle porte controvento ed interni innovativi, senza la consolle centrale, con 4 posti singoli. In consegna da autunno 2023 con un prezzo che parte da 390.000 €.

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10 ore fa, Maxwell61 scrive:

E' proprio il powertrain che evidentemente costerà un botto di meno, se pensi alla complessità di questo V12, sua trasmissione, accessori e scarichi.

Batterie più di 100-130 kWh non ce ne vanno fino alla prox rivoluzione.

E troppo in alto con le potenze e sofisticazione non credo potranno andare se no il CUV brucia le sportive di gamma.

 

Significativa la Trimotor Lucid Air Sapphire da 1200 HP e meno di 2 sec. da 0-100 km/h, a 250,000$, dell'ultima nata sul mercato delle sportive. Qualcosa di questo tipo certamente non può primariamente destinato al CUV della gamma. Esempio peraltro significativo anche sui costi, questi devono ammortizzare anche fabbriche nuove.

 

https://insideevs.com/news/605196/2024-lucid-air-sapphire-tri-motor-flagship-debuts-with-1200-hp/

 

Ho dei dubbi che con la Lucid hai la stessa qualita come la Ferrari...

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On 21/9/2022 at 11:47, STEVEC scrive:

I respect any opinion about aesthetics. But I think it's quite objective to say that it was a car that had no reason of existing, cause it couldn't satisfy anyone. 4-seater, but 2door. So, the passengers had to get in a luxurious Ferrari, the epitome of automaking, with the same difficulty like in a fckin 500. Also, it's not a coupe, it's a hatchback. Um, ok, at least it has ground clearance, right? Nope, but it has AWD. Again: it's AWD although it's not a crossover. WTF?

So, at the end it was a car with some new characteristics (AWD, 4-seater instead of 2+2, hatchback) but you couldn't take the full potential of them (non-crossover, 2door)

 

- "it's quite objective to say, that car had no reason of existing?

Well, thanks god Ferrari made something quite SUBJECTIVE, that's why it's the coolest car.

 

- "cause it couldn't satisfy anyone"

It satisfied me and also others I know, but unfortunately we don't have that sort of money to buy it. So, better it's to say, it didn't satisfy the target market, however is this even objectively true? Didn't it sell enough or didn't make enough cash for Ferrari? Does anybody know that for sure?

And even if it made a loss for the company, maybe something useful has been learned, some investment may pay off in future cars, some new tech that has been used and tested, I mean let's analyze, value and judge at 360 degree, as Montezemolo used to say.

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1 minuto fa, funadel scrive:

 

- "it's quite objective to say, that car had no reason of existing?

Well, thanks god Ferrari made something quite SUBJECTIVE, that's why it's the coolest car.

 

- "cause it couldn't satisfy anyone"

It satisfied me and also others I know, but unfortunately we don't have that sort of money to buy it. So, better it's to say, it didn't satisfy the target market, however is this even objectively true? Didn't it sell enough or didn't make enough cash for Ferrari? Does anybody know that for sure?

Obviously, when I say that the FF couldn't satisfy anyone, I mean any of the people who were able to buy it, only those people matter for Ferrari, we don't and rightfully so. There are rumors that Ferrari expected the FF to be a much bigger success than it actually was, and that's why the GTC4 was also offered with the V8. Also, many say that in order to put a deposit for a special car, they were forced to buy an FF/GTC4 (I've read many times in FerrariChat the story that a guy had to buy a V12 GTC4 Lusso in order to have a 488 Pista). But even if tose rumors ain't true, it's certain that the Purosangue will be more succesful, because it is an appropriate everyday car (rear doors, bit of ground clearance). Also, it'll improve the image of Ferrari with its RR-level super-luxurious brand-new-for-Ferrari interior, on contrary to the FF, whose interior was a slightly improved version of the one found in the California, the entry-level Ferrari

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13 hours ago, STEVEC said:

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I personally wonder how can anyone not be happy that such a car has made it to production.

I've been critical of many recent Ferrari designs (especially the California, 458 and F12) and I admit the FF was less than perfectly executed, but it and especially the GTC are such a wonderful throwback to the most beautiful shooting brakes of the 60s and 70s, with dramatic front-mid engined supercar proportions mated to a (somewhat) practical hatchback. They are glorious in being a niche interpretation of what a 4 seater GT should be.

Regardless of how much more successful this Purosangue will be, I am grateful to LCdM for approving such a daring if flawed product.

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La teoria è quando si conosce il funzionamento di qualcosa ma quel qualcosa non funziona.

La pratica è quando tutto funziona ma non si sa come.

Spesso si finisce con il coniugare la teoria con la pratica: non funziona niente e non si sa il perché.

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1 ora fa, superkappa125 scrive:

 

I personally wonder how can anyone not be happy that such a car has made it to production.

I've been critical of many recent Ferrari designs (especially the California, 458 and F12) and I admit the FF was less than perfectly executed, but it and especially the GTC are such a wonderful throwback to the most beautiful shooting brakes of the 60s and 70s, with dramatic front-mid engined supercar proportions mated to a (somewhat) practical hatchback. They are glorious in being a niche interpretation of what a 4 seater GT should be.

Regardless of how much more successful this Purosangue will be, I am grateful to LCdM for approving such a daring if flawed product.

You still don't get me. The FF was very beautiful and, yes, it had many beautiful nods to the cars of the 60s and 70s, which I love. The thing is that had I the money to buy it, I'd rather buy a Panamera or a 4Porte. It's more luxurious on the inside (I never liked the FF/GTC4 interior), it has rear doors and more luggage space. On the other hand, if I wanted a 2+2 GT Ferrari, I'd buy the Portofino. The FF/GTC4 tried to be a mix of a 2+2 GT and a luxury car and at the end it failed on both ends.

The Purosangue on the other hand is destined to succeed. It may not be as beautiful on the outside but it has a RR-level luxurious interior, rear doors, enough luggage space and ground clearance (crossover) as a bonus. It is a proper luxury car with the signature of Ferrari which is superior to any other (Porsche, Lambo, Aston, McLaren etc)

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