article thumbnail

Ferrari 499P wins on debut at 24 Hours of Le Mans

Green Car Congress

Ferrari won the Centenary edition of the 24 Hours of Le Mans with the 499P driven by Alessandro Pier Guidi, who shared the number 51 car with James Calado and Antonio Giovinazzi, covering 342 laps of the French track. Ferrari’s history at Le Mans now comprises 39 victories, including 29 class wins.

Ferrari 416
article thumbnail

Ferrari builds a new factory—just for electric cars

Green Car Reports

Ferrari is prepping its first EV The new electric car will be built at its own newly-built factory in Maranello Ferrari plans for most of the factory's power to come from sustainable sources Ferrari recently unveiled an expansion of its factory to accommodate production of the automaker's first EV.

Ferrari 160
article thumbnail

Ferrari plots first EV—for $500,000 or more

Green Car Reports

Ferrari's first EV due in late 2025 Production to take place at new “e-building” plant May not be a traditional supercar It was only a decade ago that Ferrari was vehemently against launching an electric car, but the automaker known for its loud gas engines has been working on one for several years and plans to reveal it in late 2025.

Ferrari 145
article thumbnail

Ferrari may offer $7,500 subscription for EV battery service, replacement

Green Car Reports

Ferrari plans to launch its first electric vehicle next year, and the company may offer an extended warranty for the battery to ease concerns of buyers looking to make the switch from gas to electrons. It could also establish a new source of revenue for the company.

Ferrari 138
article thumbnail

Ferrari names its price for its first EV, and hints a second one is on its way


Ferrari is gearing up to launch its first electric vehicle, but those interested will have to dish out a pretty penny, just like the rest of its vehicles. Ferrari is known for building some of the fastest, most luxurious, and most beautiful vehicles in the world. It’s not the only thing Ferrari has in the works, either.

Ferrari 129
article thumbnail

Ferrari is preparing to launch its first EV sports car, but it will come with a hefty price tag


The first fully electric Ferrari is coming soon. Ferrari is preparing to launch its first electric sports car, but it will come with a hefty price tag. The first Ferrari EV sports car will cost over $500,000 (500,000 euros). Here’s what you can expect.

Ferrari 140
article thumbnail

2025 Ferrari electric car to be true to the brand, right down to its soundtrack

EV Central

Ferrari says its first electric car will stay true to the brand and deliver a thoroughly Italian soundtrack. Due in 2025, the yet-to-be-revealed Ferrari EV – the first all-electric car from the Italian supercar maker – is a bold step for the brand. Move aside Ferrari, Lamborghini, McLaren! Yes, it will have sound,” said Carando.

Ferrari 103