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Ferrari and Electrification Will Never Be a Match Made In Heaven

Ferrari and Electrification Will Never Be a Match Made In Heaven

Ferrari wants to keep the V-12 engine alive, says no to full electrification

2021 is just around the corner and pretty much every car company out there is working on ways to electrify their production models. Most conventional gas and diesel models are becoming mild hybrids, but we already have a big selection of plug-in hybrids to an all-electric cars to choose from.

It’s generally predicted that by 2030 many production cars will be fully electric. However, Ferrari is still hooked on gasoline power and its CEO claims that Maranello will never go 100 percent electric.

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Ferrari Delays Its EV Plans, But It Has Absolutely Nothing to Do With Financial Stability

Ferrari Delays Its EV Plans, But It Has Absolutely Nothing to Do With Financial Stability

Don’t worry - The company will still be here...

Word has been circling that Ferrari has delayed its plans to shift into building EVs until 2025, and it’s 100-percent true. Some outlets, however, would have you believe that Ferrari might not even be around by then – @FredericLambert from Electrek, I’m looking at you. The truth is that there’s a good reason that Ferrari has decided to push its plans for an EV from roughly 2023 to 2025 or later.

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Is Ferrari Working On a Hybrid Sports Car?

Is Ferrari Working On a Hybrid Sports Car?

It’s either that or the company’s developing a hybrid powertrain

A Ferrari test mule sporting the face of the Ferrari 458 was captured on video under the power of what appears to be (or sounds like) a hybrid-based powertrain. The video, which showed up on YouTube last July, has been thrust back into the spotlight because of the unusual configuration. At the very least, there are a number of clues on the car that points to what Ferrari is doing, specifically developing hybrid technology for use on one — or more — of its future cars.

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Ferrari Will Take on the Lamborghini Urus with a Hybrid SUV

Ferrari Will Take on the Lamborghini Urus with a Hybrid SUV

Could potentially be the third hybrid by Ferrari

This news may not appeal to the purists but will surely grab attention. Earlier this year, Ferrari confirmed an SUV is in works and will be arriving in 2019 or 2020. Now it is being reported it will use a hybrid system. Are we ready for a silent SUV from a company known for its engine notes? Read on for more details.

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