According tomedia reports, Ferrari CEO Louis Camilleri said in an interview, because electric vehicle power battery technology still needs to be further developed, so Ferrari’s first pure electric car will not be available until 2025. It’s worth noting that Ferrari officials have said they want to launch an all-electric model after 2022, competing with Tesla in the high-end electric car sector.
Analysts believe Ferrari will not launch an all-electric car until 2023, but did not expect that to be delayed until 2025.
“Due to the immature power battery technology, Ferrari has hit a bottleneck in charging speeds for electric cars, so it has decided to postpone the electricization target until after 2025. Louis Camilleri says so.
Earlier this year, Ferrari unveiled its first plug-in hybrid sports car, the SF90 Stradale, which is powered by a 3.9T V8 turbocharged engine and three motors with a combined maximum power of 1,000 horsepower and 0-100km/h acceleration in just 2.5 seconds.
In addition, Louis Camilleri also revealed that Ferrari is currently developing other new energy technologies, such as hydrogen energy and biofuels.