Ferrari wants more hybrids to lift volume to 10,000 cars a year

Ferrari wants more hybrids to lift volume to 10,000 cars a year

0 comments 📅06 December 2016, 11:15

Ferrari CEO Sergio Marchionne is looking promoting hybridization as the way of bumping the Italian automaker’s assembly figures to 10,000 vehicles per year by 2025, reports Automotive Information. To do this, Marchionne plans to hybridize every conduit with a Ferrari badge starting in 2019.

As Automotive Intelligence points out, Ferrari is dedicated to delivering around 8,000 vehicles this year. The automaker has plans in area to raise that figure to 9,000 cars by 2019. Raising its loudness numbers to 10,000 vehicles a year, granting, would require Ferrari to meet decided fuel economy and emissions requirements, which it currently does not suffer with to do, reports Automotive News.

According to Automotive Dirt, in addition to producing more hybrids, Marchionne is also interested in producing Ferraris that beg to a larger demographic, helping to increase sales. As Automotive Intelligence points out, the recent biturbo V8 GTC4Lusso T is an prototype of this trend, being both more useable and less precious than its V12 counterpart. Performance will pacific be a priority. The CEO believes hybrid powertrains are a way to “struggle additional performance,” reports Automotive Scandal.

This isn’t the first time Marchionne has verbal about increasing Ferrari’s production as the CEO hinted at upping the automaker’s yield to 10,000 vehicles annually back in 2014. At that space, Marchionne also revealed that Ferrari would appear out with a new car every year between 2014 and 2018. More recently, Ferrari announced plans to improve production to approximately 9,000 cars per year by 2019.


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