Over the next four years, most new Ferrari models will be electric or hybrid.
This is with reference to the statement of the company reports Xinhua, reports Ukrinform.
Italian luxury carmaker Ferrari aims to make 60% of its models hybrid or all-electric by 2026 and achieve carbon neutrality by 2030.
It is noted that by 2026, 40% of Ferrari models will have internal combustion engines. And by 2030, Ferrari aims to achieve a goal of 40% all-electric cars, 40% hybrids and 20% internal combustion engines.
Ferrari’s first all-electric car is scheduled to be unveiled in 2025.
The electric motors will be developed in Maranello, where Ferrari is headquartered. The automaker also intends to build a separate “e-building” where electric motors and batteries will be created.