Ferrari promises ‘even more unique’ cars in shift to electric

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By Giulio Piovaccari and Nick Carey MARANELLO, Italy (Reuters) – Electric and hybrid models should make up 80% of Ferrari’s sales by 2030, the luxury carmaker told investors on Thursday, vowing to produce “even more unique” cars as it makes the expensive shift to zero-emission models. “We believe we can use the electric engine to enhance the performance of our cars,” Chief Executive Benedetto Vigna said on Thursday as he unveiled the company’s long-awaited new business plan. Vigna confirmed the Italian carmaker’s plans to launch its first electric model in 2025, and Ferrari said it would launc…

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