Ferrari Looks Forward to Electrification For One BIG Reason

Because this opens up an opportunity for them to be ’unique’

That's because the company argues that electrification will give them the opportunity to be 'unique', with Ferrari chairman John Elkann saying that everything that the company will do will be distinctly Ferrari

Shifting towards electric won't be cheap, and as a result, Ferrari will outsource some of their EV development, such as the batteries and the operating system to power the vehicle

A fully-electric Ferrari will be launched by 2025, and it’s one of the first out of 15 new models they’ll be launching between 2023 and 2026, according to Ferrari CEO Benedetto Vigna

Swipe up to know how Ferrari is confident they will stand out even more when the brand shifts to electric


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