Ferrari Purosangue Gets a Bold Widebody Makeover by Pogea Racing
【Summary】Pogea Racing has revealed a comprehensive styling package for the Ferrari Purosangue, including carbon fiber components, new wheels, a lowered suspension, and increased engine output. The exterior features a redesigned front bumper, fender extensions, and a larger diffuser. The car also has a new set of forged aluminum wheels and a lowered stance. The V12 engine now delivers 820 hp, and Pogea Racing is in the process of obtaining approval for production.
Aftermarket companies continue to release tuning kits for the Ferrari Purosangue, despite its limited availability and long waiting times. Pogea Racing is the latest company to join in, offering a sneak peek at its comprehensive styling package for the SUV. The package includes carbon fiber components, new wheels, a lowered suspension, and an increase in the V12 engine's output.
Starting with the exterior, the Purosangue has received a redesigned front bumper with extra vents on the sides to highlight its wider stance. The profile features fender extensions with side gills and extra fins on the side skirts. At the back, the quad tailpipes have been moved to the center, allowing for a larger diffuser. There is also a roof spoiler extension, although it is not as prominent as the other carbon-fiber components.
Pogea Racing has also provided teaser renderings of the interior upgrades that will be available.
The Ferrari Purosangue now rides on a new set of forged aluminum wheels by Jules. These wheels feature a striking 10-spoke design and come in sizes up to 23 inches in the front and 24 inches in the rear. There is also a smaller 22-inch option available. All wheels are fitted with Michelin tires.
In addition to the wheel change, the Purosangue has been significantly lowered with the help of KW Suspensions, giving it a supercar stance. The 6.5-liter V12 engine has also been upgraded to deliver 820 hp, a significant increase over the stock model's 715 hp. Power is transmitted to all four wheels through an 8-speed automatic transmission.
Pogea Racing is currently working on obtaining TUV approval for production and has not yet announced pricing for the modifications. More photos and information are expected to be released once the first real-life Purosangue example emerges from Pogea Racing's facilities. Other tuners, such as DMC and Carlex Design, have also revealed their plans for the Ferrari Purosangue, each focusing on different aspects of the vehicle.
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