FERRARI ELECTRIC VEHICLES
wattEV2buy explores the Ferrari electric car strategy and list the Ferrari EV models, news, and sales as it vies for a position in the growing EV market.
Ferrari provided the first information into its first SUV, named the Ferrari Purosangu, during its capital markets day on the 18th of September 2018. The Purosangue will be released late in 2022 and available as a plug-in hybrid option. Purosangue is the Italian for “thoroughbred”. The Purosangue will be developed on the Italian car makers Front Mid Engine Architecture as illustrated below.
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