The Italian supercar maker has confirmed it will be launching its first all-electric vehicle in 2025. Here's what we know.
*Pictured is the Ferrari SF90
The report from UK publication Autocar suggested the first pure electric Ferrari will be launched in 2025. Ferrari boss John Elkann claiming the machine will “bring the uniqueness and passion” of the marque “to new generations”. "You can be sure this will be everything you dream the engineers and designers at Maranello can imagine for such a landmark in our history” said Elkann during Ferrari's annual general meeting.
No specific details were given, but we know Ferrari is pushing electrification hard. The SF90 came to market with 735 kW and three electric motors. Performance as you'd expect is mind-blowing with a claimed 0-100 kph of just 2.5 seconds and it can cruise under pure electric power for up to 25 km. Ferrari is also hard at work developing its first SUV, said to be called the Purosangue.
Hybrid and electrified supercars could become the norm very soon and we've seen entries from most entities. The McLaren Artura is a 500 kW hybrid supercar, while the Porsche Taycan promises ballistic all-electric performance.