Ferrari CEO John Alkan has officially announced that the first all-electric Ferrari will be launched in 2025 to prepare Ferrari for the next generation of super-rich people interested in electric sports cars.
Ferrari has been working on this product for some time, but so far has not talked about the exact time of release of this product.
Ferrari engineers and designers are more eager than ever to show the world how Ferrari makes an all-electric sports car.
Ferrari plans to offer plug-in hybrid models as well as models for the 24 Hours of Le Mans to excel in both motorsport and urban production.
Last year, a patent was issued by the company to produce a product equipped with four electric motors, each of which is powered by electric motors on each wheel.
According to new words from Ferrari CEO, the company will unveil 3 completely new products in the coming months.
“He goes on to say:
“If we use a new generation of technology in our products, we will definitely have something new to say and we will make sure that the original Ferrari DNA is present in this new product.”
John Alkan also announced that he is looking for a new CEO for the Ferrari brand. Luis Camilleri announced his retirement last year due to the Corona virus, and Ferrari is currently looking for a CEO with the ability to stay longer at the company.
Next year, Ferrari plans to launch its first long-wheelbase product, the Purosangue.
Ferrari sold 9,119 units in 2020, down about 10 percent from the previous year.