Ferrari will try its hand at an SUV next year, continuing the trend of exotic and super-luxury manufacturers offering models in this space.
The Purosangue, Ferrari's first-ever utility vehicle, could feature a front mid-engine architecture and is expected to be a plug-in hybrid. The name is Italian for "thoroughbred."
Portofino M: The Portofino M is the first Ferrari convertible to get an eight-speed transmission. Ferrari bumped output up to 612 hp, a slight jump from the Portofino it replaced.
Roma: The Roma is powered by a 3.9-liter mid-front V-8 engine with 612 hp. It's expected to remain on the market through 2025.
F8 Tributo: Deliveries of the F8 Tributo convertible began in 2020 following the launch of the coupe in 2019. Production is expected to run through June 2022.