Ferrari will present its first fully electric car in 2025. Earlier, the Italian manufacturer said that the company will only bring an electric car on the market after that year, because the battery technology has not yet been developed sufficiently.
Ferrari CEO John Elkann tells investors that the brand will unveil an all-electric model in 2025. It is the first time that the car manufacturer has mentioned a concrete date. At the beginning of 2018, Ferrari announced that it was coming with an electric car. At the time, there was talk of a supercar that has to compete with the Tesla Roadster.
At the end of 2019, Ferrari announced that a fully electric model would not come on the market until sometime after 2025, because the battery technology had not yet developed sufficiently to release an electric car earlier. If Ferrari shows a model in 2025, it could still mean that the car will only be released on the market after that year.
In his comments addressed to investors, Elkann says Maranello engineers and designers are working on an electric Ferrari that “will be everything you dream of” and speaks of a milestone in the brand’s history. With the SF90 Stradale, Ferrari already released its first plug-in hybrid model in 2019.
Ferrari SF90 Stradale