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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.

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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

Pitiful.

Pitiful.

At least the shareholders will be happy.