Italian luxury sports car maker Ferrari says they want to be 40% full-electric and 40% hybrid by 2030. CEO Benedetto Vigna says the first electric Ferrari will be presented in 2025, with deliveries starting in 2026.
In addition to outlining electrification, Vigna said the company has 15 new models to release before 2027, starting with a V12 SUV in September.
No robots are allowed. While all 15 upcoming vehicles are not EV or Hybrid, they share Ferrari's "Never autonomous" mindset. Vigna said, "No customer is going to spend money for the computer in the car to enjoy the drive."
TL:DR — A high-ranking S. Korean-based auto park maker is pulling a divide and conquer, while SK Group, the 2nd largest individually controlled S. Korean conglomerate, invests in safe chargers for apartment buildings. Each move feels like an investment in being key players in the global shift toward electrification.