As the headline suggests, Ferrari will introduce its electric vehicle in 2025. At a recent conference, Ferrari announced that it would introduce 15 new model vehicles over the next five years, with an all-new hybrid Purosangue arriving soon. In addition, Ferrari announced during this conference that by the year 2030, 80% of its vehicle lineup would be electric.

The first full-electric Ferrari model will be designed and built from the ground up at the new E-Building at Ferrari’s headquarters in Maranello, Italy. The newly built E-Building will hose the electric motor, battery module, and assembly line manufacturing. The building will also house a paint shop as part of the manufacturing process.

Further, we understand that by the year 2026, three out of every five new Ferraris built will offer hybrid or fully electric power. Our dealership looks forward to an exciting future for Ferrari.

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