Having built a reputation over the last 75 years as arguably the world’s most revered prestige sportscar brand, only ever building two-door models, the legendary Maranello’s marque’s first brave attempt at building a four-door SUV to meet modern global market demand was always going to prove controversial with the Tifosi. Whatever their opinion about Ferrari’s new four/five-door Purosangue, the model was bound to succeed, borne out by the fact that Ferrari has had to close its order book for early Purosangue deposits within just a few days of revealing official images of the car.
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