The Ferrari Purosangue will be the first crossover-type vehicle to wear a cavallino rampante badge, although the company is adamant it isn’t an SUV. However, it will feature all-wheel drive, five doors, and  habitable rear seats, so avoiding the sport-ute moniker seems like brand-protecting semantics and nothing more. The Purosangue will offer a choice of V12 or hybridized V8 engines, and the platform allows for a “variable wheelbase.” A sportier, shorter, two-seat Purosangue is a distinct possibility for hedonists who must occasionally venture off-road. The controversial Ferrari was due for the 2022 model year, but given recent global crises, the Purosangue might be delayed until 2023.