Ferrari's long-awaited entrance into the SUV market is finally here with the full reveal of the Purosangue. The first four-door Ferrari takes its styling cues from the 2+2 Roma, and adds a traditional V12 that makes 715 horsepower. An all-wheel-drive system and rear-mounted eight-speed dual-clutch transaxle apply that power to the tarmac and help give the Purosangue a sports car-like 49:51 front/rear weight split. Electronically-controlled Multimatic spool-valve dampers assist in controlling body roll, along with hill descent control — another Ferrari first. Ferrari rates the Purosangue at 3.3 seconds to 60 MPH and a top speed of 193 MPH, although a lap time of the Fiorano track was conspicuously absent. The cabin has two displays for driver and passenger — no large, central touchscreen — and of course a sizable rear seat. The rear doors open suicide-style for ease of entry and a little extra flair. Ferrari has yet to announce pricing for the Purosangue, but the SUV will hit showrooms in early 2023.