Sunday, 15 December 2019

Electric Ferrari not happening before 2025, CEO says



The SF90 Stradale features a mid-mounted V8 and operates in front-wheel-drive when it is in all-electric mode.

The Italian automaker is set to launch its first plug-in hybrid next year. The performance-minded SF90 Stradale is equipped with a 4.0-liter V8 and three electric motors with a combined output of 986 hp that makes it Ferrari’s most powerful road car ever, but it has an all-electric range of just 16 miles.

The SF90 Stradale features a mid-mounted V8 and operates in front-wheel-drive when it is in all-electric mode. (Ferrari)
Camilleri also cited recharging speeds as an issue, but said that the company will eventually come out with an all-electric model.
The lack of one hasn’t been an issue for the company’s current success, however. The automaker is currently worth more than Fiat-Chrysler, from which it was spun off from in 2015

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