It's Official, Ferrari Will Have Its Fully Electric Supercar in 2025

In addition to that, three new models will hit the market later this year.

It's Official, Ferrari Will Have Its Fully Electric Supercar in 2025
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At Ferrari's annual shareholder meeting on Thursday, April 15, interim CEO John Elkann announced that three new models will be revealed over 2021. 

And Elkann didn't stop there: Ferrari will also unveil its first fully electric supercar in 2025. 

That's right, Ferrari will be developing an electric vehicle, and Elkann's excitement is palpable: "[...] You can be sure this will be everything you dream the engineers and designers at Maranello can imagine for such a landmark in our history." 

We have no doubt about it, Ferrari. 

It's a clear goal in Ferrari's electrification strategy, as Elkann said "We are continuing to execute our electrification strategy in a highly disciplined way." It already showed its move towards EVs with its SF90 Stradale, the first-ever Ferrari to feature Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle.

You'll have to keep biting your nails in anticipation because that's about all the information Elkann and the Ferrari team disclosed about its upcoming EV. Regardless, it'll surely be an impressive EV.

What we do know, however, is that Ferrari will be busy over the next few months as it unveils three new models into our midst.

On top of that, Elkann reiterated the news that the team will return to Le Mans in 2023. In his words, Elkann explained how "This presents another opportunity for us to compete at the highest levels, testing the boundaries of technology on the track and then transferring our knowledge to the matchless pedigree and driving experience of a new generation of Ferrari road cars."

The company is also still searching for a new CEO, who will undoubtedly have their hands full with all the exciting upcoming work Ferrari has already set out.


Ferrari has been known for its meticulous engineering and design, and there's little doubt it'll continue doing so. We're just excited to see what will be unveiled in the coming months and years. 

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