The images were first published on Instagram by cochespias and show the front and rear of the car at its Maranello factory.
The chunky back end of the car has typically sporty quad exhausts and a rather modest diffuser but the rear wheels appear to be bigger than those on the front just like your usual supercar. There are also a set of enormous cross-drilled brake discs and huge calipers.
It’s expected the Purosangue will come with both V8 and V12 options and push out something around the 600bhp mark, although this my come via a four-wheel drive set up instead of rear-wheel only.
There isn’t yet a launch date but when Ferrari does start taking orders you’ll need around £200,000 to get your hands on one.