The new Ferrari SUV’s price has not been released as of yet. However, like with every Ferrari, it will likely be prohibitively expensive and limited in availability. The new Ferrari Purosangue will cost a pretty penny because of all the fancy features, high-end materials, and skilled labour that went into making it.

If you’re a purist who doesn’t think an SUV should be allowed to wear the prancing horse logo, let us explain Purosangue’s naturally aspirated 6.5-liter V-12 engine. A wailing twelve-cylinder engine producing 715 horsepower and sporting the trademark red-painted valve covers is the quintessential Ferrari feature.

Greetings, petrol money goodbye: The Purosangue, with its V-12 engine, will almost definitely be the least fuel-efficient Ferrari model. Although official EPA numbers have not been announced, the Urus and the 12-cylinder Bentayga both achieve ratings of 12 mpg in the city, 17 mpg on the highway, and 14 mpg combined. The Purosangue is tasked with producing a product with comparable quality.

There is no dashboard-based entertainment screen, but there is a digital gauge cluster measuring 10.2 inches and a similar screen located in the front seatback for the front passenger. Standard features include Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, but there is no in-dash navigation system because Ferrari thinks its customers will use their smartphones instead.