The Current State of Knowledge Regarding Ferrari’s Electric GT

While Ferrari has unveiled some impressive hybrids, the company’s new fully electric supercar will revolutionize the industry in fundamental ways.

As it prepares to release its first all-electric vehicle, Ferrari, the legendary Italian luxury sports car manufacturer, is undergoing a dramatic change.

A fully electric Ferrari is in the works, says Ferrari CEO Louis Camilleri, but we won’t see it until sometime after 2025.

Ferrari is dedicated to progressing toward electrification, even though the switch to a fully electric model is still a few years away.

The remarkable 986-horsepower SF90 Stradale plug-in hybrid was just released as part of the company’s ongoing hybridization efforts.

Ferrari’s e-building in Maranello, Italy, will produce electric motors, inverters, and batteries and assemble electric and hybrid vehicles