The most controversial model in Ferrari's history has broken cover with its first official shot from the Prancing Horse. Ferrari teased the Purosangue SUV with a picture of the front, and little else as far as specifics, other than a launch later in 2022. Speculation is rampant over what will power the Purosangue, with Ferrari saying it intended to use a V12 — but European regulations will make the final decision. What is known is that the SUV will use a modified version of the Roma's modular front-engine platform, with all-wheel-drive and enough ground clearance to classify it as an SUV and not a sedan. Regardless of what ends up under the hood, expect Ferrari's eight-speed dual-clutch transmission and height-adjustable suspension for light off-road duty, consisting mostly of gravel estate driveways.