When Will There Be an All-Electric Ferrari?
At a press conference in June of 2022, Ferrari announced that they will build their first all-electric supercar by 2025! The first electric Ferrari is an important part of the brand’s plans for this decade, which include a complete overhaul of the current lineup. We’ve laid out more details in the Ferrari EV timeline below, but for now, just keep in mind that by 2030, up to 40% of Ferrari models sold will be 100%-electric vehicles. By the same year, up to 80% of Ferrari models sold will feature some form of electrification.
Ferrari EV Timeline: Up to 2030
Ferrari has planned to introduce fifteen models over the next four years—and this remarkable undertaking will transform the Ferrari nameplate forever. Whether you’re planning a purchase or you just want to know where the Prancing Horse is headed, you can keep these notes in mind:
- 2014–2016: Ferrari builds the record-setting LaFerrari, a hybrid supercar with a top speed of 218 mph.
- 2019: The plug-in hybrid Ferrari SF90 Stradale debuts to even more fanfare.
- 2020: Ferrari files a number of patents related to an electric vehicle with four motors and two seats.
- 2022: A representative of Morgan Stanley shares that Ferrari is his favorite EV stock. At the time, he expects that up to 30% of Ferrari sales will come from EVs by 2030.
- 2022: Ferrari goes even further when they announce their plans for the rest of the decade—suggesting that they’ll do even better than Morgan Stanley’s Adam Jonas had estimated.
- 2023: The Ferrari Purosangue SUV will be released. Although it may not have a hybrid powertrain at launch, it’s expected to gain one in the not-so-distant future.
- 2025: The first all-electric Ferrari will make its debut. Ferrari is currently in the process of creating a new “e-building” for their factory in Marinello, where handcrafted production will take center stage.
- 2026: From 2022 to 2026, Ferrari will introduce fifteen new models to its lineup—many of which will be fully or partially electric. Electrified vehicles will make up 60% of the brand’s portfolio by the end of the final year.
- 2030: Ferrari predicts that 40% of its sales will come from completely electrified vehicles by 2030. Another 40% of sales will come from hybrid models—with the result that 80% of the models sold by the brand will be electrified.
Will Ferrari Still Make Internal Combustion Engines?
Chicagoland’s gearheads can rest easy. The manufacturer of some of the world’s purest and most engaging combustion engines doesn’t have any plans to phase out gasoline completely. Although the brand will be carbon neutral by 2030, its current plan allows for up to 20% of sales to continue to come from gas-powered vehicles by the end of this decade. And unlike so many other brands that are making the switch to electric, Ferrari intends to continue developing new internal combustion engines in the years to come.
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