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When you think of a Ferrari, what do you see? A sleek, aerodynamic, two-door sports car, right? Well, prepare to have your reality altered. Ferrari has just rolled out its first grocery-getter.

Okay, maybe “grocery-getter” isn’t exactly the right term. However, UPI reports that Ferrari has unveiled its first-ever four-door model this week, and that’s surprising enough. This isn’t Magnum P.I.’s Ferrari.

It’s called Purosangue, which is Italian for “Thoroughbred,” like the horse on the Ferrari logo. The car has all the bells and whistles of the carmakers iconic designs. The Purosangue boasts a 6.5-liter, 715-horsepower V-12 engine, so you’ll get home from the supermarket long before your ice cream melts.

With its expanded interior configuration, is the Purosangue really a good choice for families? Only very rich families. The four-seat Ferrari starts at $389-thousand, making it the Italian automaker’s second most expensive production model after the SF90 hybrid sports car. The Purosangue will be available in the U.S. by the third quarter of 2023.


Best New Vehicles For Dog Lovers In 2022

My family lucked out with our dog, Daisy. She’s the first dog we’ve had that really loves riding in the car. Our previous two dogs…not so much. One had terrible anxiety and would shake if she had to be in the car. The other just got nauseous and threw up. Good times. But Daisy is always up for a ride and loves sticking her head out of the window to feel the breeze.

According to Autotrader, 85% of dog owners say they think about transporting their furry friends when purchasing a new vehicle. So if dogs play such a big role in the car buying decision process, which makes and models should their humans be driving?

Autotrader is out with their 2022 Best New Cars for Dog Lovers list. Vehicles on the list were chosen based on a variety of relevant factors like interior durability and space, vehicle comfort, convenience, and safety. Some of the more desirable features include seats that are easy to clean, a low cargo floor so your dog can get in and out easily, and rear heating and A/C vents. Here are Autotrader’s ten picks in alphabetical order: