During Ferrari’s recent annual general meeting, CEO John Elkann announced some future plans for the company. The Italian Stallion will be launching their first all-electric car in 2025.
There’s always been speculation about the Italian manufacturer’s plans for electrifying the world’s most desired automotive vehicles. Reasons being that Ferrari’s are desired for their traditional performance and distinguishing sound, as well as the company hinting that the tech wasn’t just there yet, and waiting for the right time to electrify. Currently, the some what electrification includes the LaFerrari and SF90 Stradale, both extremely beautiful hybrid vehicles that are in production. A report suggests that Ferrari will be ramping up its hybrid line up until 2025.
They announced at the meeting that there will be three new models in the next few months, but no word on what they are or if they will be electrified. What we do know is that their SUV Purosangue, which will take on the Lamborghini Urus, will be revealed next year.
In a previous reveal, Ferrari seems to be working on a all-electric two seater with quad-motors, one for every wheel – pretty much used by other electric hypercars.
What we believe is when they say that if they bring in new tech to the company that it will be different to what’s available in the market – that’s what Ferrari does best, take something up to massive new level!
About the SF90 Stradale
The SF90 Stradale is the first ever Ferrari to feature PHEV (Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle) architecture which sees the internal combustion engine integrated with three electric motors, two of which are independent and located on the front axle, with the third at the rear between the engine and the gearbox.