Ferrari is working hard in order to complete the EV Factory by mid 2024. The goal is to to build components for hybridized internal-combustion and fully-electric vehicles, motors, battery packs and inverters.
Ferrari has already produces electric vehicles, such as LaFerrari with an electric motor that boosted its V12 engine to a total power output of 950 horsepower. Nevertheless, LaFerrari is a hybrid. In fact, the 986 horsepower SF90, Ferrari’s first plug-in hybrid was produced only in 2019.
The Ferrari SF90 Stradale (Type F173) is a mid-engine PHEV (plug-in hybrid electric vehicle) sports car . The car shares its name with the SF90 Formula 1 car. SF90 is for the 90th anniversary of the Scuderia Ferrari racing team and “Stradale” means “made for the road”.
After the hybrid lineups of 296 GTB and SF90 Stradale, the first all Electric Vehicle following the Purosangue could be a SUV and will come off the EV Ferrari Factory in 2025.
If the electric model isn’t expected until the last quarter of 2025, the new factory should be operational by summer of 2024. Ferrari announces that series production will really take off in 2026.