Ferrari’s hotly-anticipated first SUV has been spotted on the streets of Italy.
One lucky supercar fan spotted the Ferrari Purosangue, which is Italian for thoroughbred, as it pulled up at a red light in Milan.
Because the car was stopped at the lights, the person behind the camera got an incredible, up-close look at the SUV from all angles.
While Ferrari tried to hide the exact design with the usual black and white camouflage, we can still see the exterior shape in good detail.
Ferrari also made no attempt to hide its famous prancing horse logo.
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The Italian car maker said the Ferrari Purosangue would be delivered to buyers as early as next year.
The Purosangue will rival Lamborghini’s best selling Urus when it hits the market.
It will also compete with other high-performance SUVs including the Aston Martin DBX, Range Rover SVR, and Bentley Bentayga.
Ferrari hasn’t yet revealed exact specs, but expect it to be just as powerful as the Urus, which packs 641 hp.
If not more.
The price is also yet to be revealed, but expect a price tag around the $300,000 mark.
Ferrari released its first official teaser image on Instagram back in March, but it only showed a glimpse of the hood.
But from that, it appeared to feature design cues seen on the Roma, notably the headlight design and sloping front.