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Ferrari Purosangue Spied Wearing A Maserati Coat In The Swedish Snow


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Ferrari Purosangue Spied Wearing A Maserati Coat In The Swedish Snow​


The Ferrari Purosangue is a big departure for the Italian automaker. Following the footsteps of Porsche, Bentley, Lamborghini, and others are not often Ferrari’s M.O., though every indicator points to Ferrari doing an SUV Ferrari’s way. Spy photos have shown test vehicles trying to hide under a chopped Maserati Levante SUV body, but Ferrari’s low-slung wagon-like crossover is impossible to miss. New spy photos show the car testing in Sweden.

The spy shots frame the crossover against a snow-covered Swedish countryside, giving us our closest and best look yet at the new offering. However, the discombobulated Maserati body and trippy camouflage do a remarkable job hiding the design details. The crossover sports a long hood with a Maserati grille underneath, a raked windshield, and a sloping liftgate that cascades down to a wide rear end. The lower rear bumper looks Ferrari-like with the quad exhaust pipes sticking out. Camouflage covers the lighting elements, though it’s doubtful the test vehicle is wearing production units.


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