We guess Ferrari is the last automaker you’d think of making an SUV. There’s long been talk about Ferrari taking the leap and producing a utility vehicle to rival the likes of the Porsche Cayenne. Lamborghini has already gotten the hint with the upcoming Urus. Now, Ferrari is, in fact, working on a crossover, and the project is codenamed F16X.
The vehicle will be built alongside the next-gen GTC4 Lusso (current model pictured above) with aluminum architecture, that it’ll be a high-riding soft-roader, and will feature rear suicide doors with no B-pillar. It will have all-wheel drive, building on Ferrari’s experience with the FF and GTC4 Lusso. Under the hood will be a gasoline V8, possibly with a hybrid powertrain option. Read more