You can always count on Ferrari to be in the news, even when it’s sitting on the sidelines. Such was the case at the 2018 Detroit Auto Show. The Italian automaker didn’t have a new model debut. It didn’t have some of its new models on display, either. All it had was a Ferrari 812 Superfast that was on exhibit near the food court along with a few cars from other brands, including an Audi RS7, Porsche 911 Exclusive Series, and a Maserati Gran Turismo. Despite the notable absence, Ferrari CEO Sergio Marchionne more than made up for it by holding court on a number of announcements involving the Prancing Horse, including the development of an electric supercar that Ferrari plans to build to challenge Tesla in the premium electric car market.