Ferrari Purosangue 6.5 V12 (725 Hp) DCT 2023

Key specs

Ferrari Purosangue (SUV) Purosangue 2023,2024

What is the body type, Ferrari Purosangue 6.5 V12 (725 Hp) DCT 2023?

SUV, 5 Doors, Seats

How much power, Ferrari Purosangue 6.5 V12 (725 Hp) DCT 2023?

725 Hp @ 7750 rpm.
111.6 Hp/l

How fast is the car, Ferrari Purosangue 6.5 V12 (725 Hp) DCT 2023?

310 km/h 192.63 mph

What is the engine size, Ferrari Purosangue 6.5 V12 (725 Hp) DCT 2023?

6496 cm3
396.41 cu. in.

How many cylinders, Ferrari Purosangue 6.5 V12 (725 Hp) DCT 2023?

12, V-engine

What is the drivetrain, Ferrari Purosangue 6.5 V12 (725 Hp) DCT 2023?

All wheel drive (4x4),

How long is this vehicle, Ferrari Purosangue 6.5 V12 (725 Hp) DCT 2023?

4973 mm
195.78 in.

How wide is the vehicle, Ferrari Purosangue 6.5 V12 (725 Hp) DCT 2023?

2028 mm
79.84 in.

What is the curb weight, Ferrari Purosangue 6.5 V12 (725 Hp) DCT 2023?

2033 kg
4481.99 lbs.

Ferrari Purosangue (SUV) Purosangue 2023,2024 Specs

General information

Brand Ferrari
Model Purosangue (SUV)
Version Purosangue
Engine version 6.5 V12 (725 Hp) DCT
Year production start 2023
Vehicle type SUV
Horsepower RPM 725 Hp @ 7750 rpm.
Acceleration 0 - 100 kmh sec 3.3 sec
Curb weight kg -lbs total

2033 kg

4482 lbs.
Overall length mm - inch

4973 mm

195.8 in.
Doors 5
Top Speed 310 km/h 192.63 mph

Engine specs

Cam configuration DOHC
Engine position and orientation Front, Longitudinal
Cylinders 12
Position of cylinders V-engine
Displacement (liters)

6496 cm3

396.41 cu. in.
Eng. horsepower RPM 725 Hp @ 7750 rpm.
Horsepower per litre 111.6 Hp/l
Weight / horsepower kg/hp - hp/tons

2.8 kg/Hp

356.6 Hp/tonne
Weight / torque kg/Nm - Nm/tons 2.8 kg/Nm, 352.2 Nm/tonne

2.8 kg/Nm

352.2 Nm/tonne
Torque Nm RPM lb-ft RPM

716 Nm @ 6250 rpm.

528.09 lb.-ft. @ 6250 rpm.
Bore (mm in)

94 mm

3.7 in.
Stroke (mm in)

78 mm

3.07 in.
Compression ratio 13.6
Fuel delivery system Direct injection
Fuel type Petrol (Gasoline)
Valvetrain 4
Engine aspiration Naturally aspirated engine
Powertrain architecture Internal Combustion engine
Engine location Front, Longitudinal

Transmission and Drive system

Drive configuration All wheel drive (4x4)
Transmission 8-speed F1 DCT


Front brakes Ventilated discs, 398x36 mm
Rear brakes Ventilated discs, 380x34 mm
Anti-lock brake system ABS 'EVO'
Brakes-79 200-0 km/h 129m


Steering type Steering rack and pinion


Suspension-96 SSC 8.0: 4RM-S evo, Ferrari active suspension technology, F1-Trac, ABS ?EVO? with Grip Estimation 2.0, ECS

Body / Chassis

Wheels & Tyres

Wheels size 315/30 R 23; 255/35 R 22
Wheels rims Front 9.0J x 22; Rear 11.0J x 23



Safety and Security


Trunk space min liter | cu. Ft.

473 l

16.70 cu. ft.


Overall length mm - inch

4973 mm

195.78 in.
Overall width mm -inch

2028 mm

79.84 in.
Overall height mm -inch

1589 mm

62.55 in.
Wheelbase mm - inch

3018 mm

118.82 in.
Track width front mm - inch

1737 mm

68.38 in.
Track width rear mm - inch

1720 mm

67.72 in.


Curb weight kg -lbs total

2033 kg

4481.99 lbs.
Fuel tank liters | gallons

100 l

26.42 US gal | 22.0 UK gal

Fuel economy

Engine type

12 CYLINDER V-Engine
What engine is the 12 cylinder V-engine: a V12 engine is a twelve-cylinder piston engine where two banks of six cylinders are arranged in a V configuration around a common crankshaft.

What is the 12 cylinder V-engine displacement: it is in a range between 3500 cc and 7312 cc in recent model line up powertrain.

How much is the power of the 12 cylinder V-engine: the power of the 12 cylinder v-engine is in a range from 264 bhp to 860 bhp.

Which cars use 12 cylinder V-engine: few automotive manufacturer engineered and built V12 engines.

Ferrari V12 engine powered Testarossa with a DOHC head and 4942 cc displacement and then 456,512,F50,Enzo, all iconic latest models including 812 and Purosangue.

Jaguar V12 engine was an all-aluminium SOHC design with displacements of 5.3-6.0 L (323-366 cu in) that was produced from 1971 to 1997 in the E-Type, XJS and XJ.

BMW production of V12 engines began with the BMW M70 SOHC engine introduced in the 1987 E32 7 Series luxury sedan. It was upgraded to a DOHC V12 engine in 2003, then to a turbocharged DOHC V12 engine which has been in production from 2008 to the present in the 7 Series. BMW V12 engines have also been used in several Rolls-Royce models, beginning in 1998.

Mercedes-Benz first V12 engine was the M120 engine, a 6.0 L (366 cu in) DOHC engine introduced in the 1991 Mercedes-Benz 600 SE luxury sedan. It was replaced by a SOHC V12 engine in 1998 upgraded to turbocharged which has been in production for 2003 to the present. Mercedes-Benz V12 have also been used in several Maybach models, beginning with the Maybach 57-62 in 2002.

Aston Martin the 1999 DB7 V12 Vantage used the first V12 engine, a 5.9 L (362 cu in) DOHC design. Variations of this engine were used in the Vanquish, DB9, DBS V12, Rapide, Virage, and V12 Vantage. This engine was replaced by a turbocharged DOHC V12 engine, which was introduced in the DB11 and has been produced from 2016 to the present.

Audi the 2008-2012 Q7 SUV was powered by 6.0 V12 48v TDI engine, which was the first V12 diesel engine used in a production car.

Toyota V12 engine from 1997-2016 Toyota GZ engine, a 5.0 L (305 cu in) DOHC design which was used in the Toyota Century limousine.

In the United States, no mass-produced V12 engines have been built since the 1940s, with U.S. manufacturers preferring to use large displacement V8 engines instead.
In China, the 2009 Hongqi HQE limousine, powered by a 6.0 L (366 cu in) DOHC V12 engine, is the sole Chinese car to be produced with a V12 engine.

What is the 12 cylinder V-engine angle: V12 engine use a V angle of 60 degrees between the two banks of cylinders. Each bank of a V12 engine essentially functions as a straight-six engine with perfect primary and secondary engine balance and outstanding smoothness: at any given time, three of the cylinders in a V12 engine are in their power stroke, reducing gaps between power pulses.

Racing use of 12 cylinder V-engine: V12 engines are not the choice in last seasons but were often used in the past in Formula One. The first V12 engine used in Formula One was in the 1964 Honda RA271 and in 1966 season V12 engines was the choice with new V12 engines from Ferrari, Maserati, and Weslake. Ferrari's engine debuted in the Ferrari 312 racing car and was used up to the 1975 Ferrari 312B, after which Ferrari switched to a flat-twelve engine.
Few V12 engines were used in the following decades, with the exception of the Alfa Romeo V12 which was first used by the 1979 Brabham BT48 and then by Alfa Romeo until the 1982 Alfa Romeo 182. Latest power train equipment began in 1989, with the introduction of the Ferrari 640 racing car and Ferrari continued to use V12 engines until the 1995 with model 412 T2, the last Formula One using a V12 engine.
The most powerful naturally-aspirated V12 engine used in Formula One was the Tipo 043, used by Ferrari in 1994, which produced 850 hp (634 kW) @ 15,800 rpm.
In prototype sports car racing, Audi in 2006-2008 season used a used a diesel twin-turbo V12 engine and the same did Peugeot in 2007 with the 908 HDi FAP.

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