Ferrari has announced that its electric car factory will officially open in June 2024. The aim is to present its first ‘zero emissions’ model in 2025.
During a conference with investors, Benedetto Vigna gave news for the future of Ferrari. The CEO of the prestigious Italian brand has formalized its electric car factory. More specifically, he gave the date of its commissioning, which will take place in just one year.
We knew since last year that an electrical department would open in Maranello. It is indeed in June 2024 that Ferrari will officially launch its « e-building », dedicated to ‘zero emissions’. However, Ferrari’s first electric car will not arrive immediately after this inauguration.
Indeed, this building will also be used for hybrid cars, including a plug-in hybrid hypercar. This new infrastructure will also produce components for electric cars, including motors, converters and batteries.
However, Ferrari’s first all-electric model won’t arrive until 2025. Indeed, it won’t normally be presented until the last quarter of 2025, almost 18 months after the factory opens. This first 100% electric model should officially arrive at Ferrari customers in 2026.
Although it will develop everything on its Maranello site, the manufacturer is however planning partnerships. This will be particularly the case for batteries, especially since he hopes to use solid-state battery technologies.
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