Ferrari will unveil its first electric car in 2025May 30, 2021
According to the chairman of the board, Ferrari makes sustainability a central theme. Ferrari has shown its intention to electrify with the launch of the SF90 Stradale plug-in hybrid.
Sustainable mobility has become central to Ferrari as the sports car brand, which is looking for a new CEO, prepares to unveil its first all-electric model in 2025, according to Chairman John Elkann.
Elkann, a descendant of the Italian Agnelli family, which controls Ferrari through its investment company Exor, set a deadline for the first electric car last month. Ferrari also plans to launch its first Purosangue SUV next year.
Its commitment puts Ferrari ahead of Lamborghini, one of its main competitors, on the road to electrification, as the Volkswagen Group’s supercar brand has no plans to launch an all-electric model until the second half of the decade.
Ferrari has been looking for a new CEO since Louis Camilleri left in December, and Elkann said last month that the company has made significant progress in selecting from a short list of strong candidates.
Separately, Elkann, who is also chairman of Stellantis, said the automaker’s “Electrification Day” in July will be “a fundamental chapter as Stellantis continues to build its future as a protagonist in sustainable mobility.”
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