Fri. Jul 12th, 2024

A little more than three years have passed since Ferrari announced its unimaginable intention to introduce an electric vehicle. It is still planned for late 2025 to launch the first Prancing Horse with zero emissions, and it will create a lot of noise—both physically and symbolically. Even though Maranello’s EV will do away with the internal combustion engine entirely, it won’t be silent. It can only be considered “authentic” if Ferrari is alluding to the electric motor’s whining. Though that wouldn’t be entirely genuine now, could the engineers boost it through the speakers? Maranello’s maiden entry into the EV market is expected to “deliver different emotions” in comparison to the current crop of vehicles, regardless of the soundtrack it will provide.

Given how significant an electric vehicle is, it makes sense that Ferrari is keeping quiet for the time being. It hasn’t even disclosed the shape it will take, but we do know it will be constructed in a new production facility in Maranello, which is now being finalized. The EV’s first full year of sales, 2026, is expected to see 5% of the company’s sales come from the undisclosed vehicle.

The introduction of an electric vehicle won’t be the end for the V-12 because Ferrari plans to continue producing the twelve-cylinder engine until it is banned. Enthusiasts are reassured by Carando that wealthy owners will choose between an electric vehicle (EV), a plug-in hybrid, or a pure gas engine. Given that Lamborghini won’t introduce the Lanzador, a 2+2 grand tourer, until 2028, Ferrari will outperform its bitter competitor. Ferrari predicts that by the end of the decade, vehicles without internal combustion engines will account for 40% of its yearly sales.

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