The number of performance car manufacturers without an sports utility vehicle in the line-up is set to shrink further. That’s right, it looks like the long-anticipated Ferrari SUV is actually happening.
“We’re dead serious about this [the SUV],” CEO Sergio Marchionne told Bloomberg on Monday. “We need to learn how to master this whole new relationship between exclusivity and scarcity of product,” he added.
How long will it take to decide on the “scarcity”? We’re looking at around 30 months, so you have over two years to get used to the idea. Marchionne has hinted at the prospect of a high-riding, “utilitarian” Ferrari before, but this is the firmest indication yet from the man that such a thing actually going ahead.
It’ll rival the Lamborghini Urus, another SUV spawned from a supercar-producing firm that’ll soon be here. But don’t panic, at least McLaren is still insisting it’ll stick to supercars and supercars only…