At the beginning of last year Ferrari announced a “delay” for its first 100% electric car and an availability that was postponed to at least 2025. On the occasion of its annual meeting, the group’s CEO gave an important hint. Some reassuring news that suggests that the first zero-emission Ferrari in history should indeed be unveiled in four years.
The 100% electric Ferrari for 2025
For example, Ferrari CEO John Elkann says: “We are continuing to implement our electrification strategy in a very disciplined manner. We are also very excited about our first all-electric Ferrari, which we plan to unveil in 2025, and you can be sure that this will be all Maranello engineers and designers can envision for such a landmark event in our history. “
In order to wait until 2025, fans of the Italian manufacturer should be able to use different hybrid versions over the years. This is obviously the SF90 Stradale, a plug-in hybrid car with a 4.0-liter V8 unit that is assigned to three electric motors and offers a total output of around 1000 hp. The Italian manufacturer also wants to be able to sell 70% of the hybrid vehicles by the end of next year.
Remember, Ferrari has already stated that it wants to wait for its electric car to hit the market. The manufacturer was not satisfied with the current batteries and pointed out concerns about autonomy, but also the speed of charging. For Ferrari it is nevertheless important to accelerate in this segment in order not to be left behind by other premium brands such as Porsche in particular, which already offer one or even several 100% electric vehicles.
It remains to be seen what this first 100% electrically powered Ferrari will look like and whether the manufacturer will offer a supercar that deserves the name or whether it will give the SUV market more prominence. So follow suit (but in a few years anyway).