Ferrari’s first hybrid model was LaFerrari. Now the owner of Ferrari, Sergio Marchionne, has revealed that as of 2019 all models from the Italian brand will have some elements with hybrid technology.
The decision will not only reduce CO2 emissions, and consequently consumption, but will also increase the profits of the Italian brand.
Currently Ferrari expects to reach an annual production of around 8,000 units and Marchionne believes that will be able to surpass barrier of 10 thousand units per year in 2025.
Ferrari’s owner admits to extend the models typology from Ferrari’s range, without adding if in cause is a SUV or a four-door Sedan.
Quoted by Automotive News Europe, the annalist of Exane BNP Paribas, Suart Pearson, said that Ferrari is ready to add two new models in its range in the next four to five years.