Every Ferrari Will Be A Hybrid Starting In 2019

Posted: Nov 9 2016, 11:57am CST | by , Updated: Nov 10 2016, 8:12pm CST, in News | Cars & Vehicles

 

Every Ferrari will be a Hybrid Starting in 2019
  • Ferrari Wants to Boost up Production with almost 10,000 Hybrid cars a year by 2025
 

All Ferraris will be Hybrid starting in the year 2019.

Ferrari’s CEO Sergio Marchionne is pretty excited for hybrid technology to be used in his cars. This is the reason that he has plans to hybridize all the cars by company from year 2019 onwards.

The company is looking to incorporate hybridization technology in order to pump the production of cars up to 10,000 units per year. The company is trying to attain the mark of 10,000 vehicles per year by the end of year 2025.

Ferrari has the capacity to create cars out to perfection for sure, however the cars are not produced in the way like other companies produce. The company is making almost 8000 cars up till now. If we look at the competitive market of automakers, this number is really small.

This can mean lesser profit to the company too. Ferrari is making efforts to raise the number of produced cars by 9000 in the year 2019. After that they will be bringing this number up to 10000 for a year by 2025, according to AutomotiveNews via AutoBlog.

The company surely will have to meet standards such as fuel economy and emission issues. However they don’t have to face any of these issues right now. 

Along with producing hybrid cars, Ferrari is also looking forward to make cars that will be able to appeal more people. As we know that most of the units created by company are pretty expensive and cannot be afforded by many, thus Ferrari is looking to build a few lost cost models too.

The company’s new V8 GTCC4 Lusso T is supposed to be an example of this trend. It is a trademark Ferrari but in a lesser price as compared to other models. Ferrari has also announced that a new car will be introduced each year from 2014 to 2018. 

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