Currently reading: Ferrari SUV: brand is "dead serious" about model, says boss
Sergio Marchionne has responded to recent speculation of a Ferrari SUV, suggesting that a utilitarian vehicle will happen 'Ferrari-style'

Ferrari boss Sergio Marchionne has confirmed that Ferrari is to build an SUV, but a production decision will not be made until at least 2020. 

According to Lamborghini Urus, Rolls-Royce Cullinan and Aston Martin DBX

Warburton estimates that 2000-3000 units would be sold per year.

LamborghiniRolls-Royce and Aston Martin are far into development of their respective SUVs, while Bentley’s Bentayga already accounts for a significant portion of its sales. 

While Ferrari continues to be evasive on the topic, a more practical model has huge potential for the brand, given the trend for high-riding vehicles and the popularity of ultra-luxury SUVs worldwide, particularly in the growing Chinese market.

Read the Ferrari GTC4 Lusso review

Gallery: best of Ferrari at the Goodwood Festival of Speed 


Join the debate

Add a comment…
bowsersheepdog 11 October 2017

Fucked-Up Vehicle

They want to sell loads of them in China, and, like all jeeps, it'll be a dog, so they ought to call it the Shitz-stu.

Old Nick 10 October 2017

Hidden rear doors

Ooh, ooh, ooh, I know.  It's going to have two enormously long front doors and the rear doors will be hidden behind them.  Simple.

david RS 10 October 2017



At least the shareholders will be happy.