Sunday, July 14, 2024

Ferrari's first electric car could cost DKK 3.7 million. DKK without tax

Ferrari's first electric car will be – as is the case for all the other cars in the model program – only for the few. In Denmark, it becomes a raging animal. Even without tax.

A Ferrari has never been cheap. But unlike many of the competitors, the brand from Maranello does not waver in the doubt that the model program must also be supplemented by at least one electric car.

It shows off the brand already this year. And it will be furiously expensive fun. In other words, to buy it. And that even if we deduct the Danish registration tax.

According to the Reuters news agency, sources 'with knowledge of the car' indicate that Ferrari will initially demand half a million euros for the car. This corresponds to DKK 3.7 million plus the loose.

Apart from a price guess, the first electric Cavallino Rampante (Italian for steep stallion, ed.) remains a factory secret.

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All we can say for sure is that the car will be built at Ferrari's new factory. Because the brand itself has confirmed that. In addition, it is likely that Ferrari will be ready to send the first electric cars to the streets by the end of 2025.

Reuters' sources say at the same time that Ferrari already has people working on the development work behind the next electric car. But in fact the factory in Maranello does not need electric cars at all. At least not when you look at the bottom line.

The figures reveal that Ferrari is the car brand in the world that earns the absolute most money per car. In 2023 alone, the brand raised almost DKK 1 million per car that left the factory.

Something completely third is that the people from Maranello have absolutely no interest in flooding the market with cars. Last year, Ferrari delivered a record number of cars. A "whole" 13,663 were made. It is said that Ferrari sets the limit at 20,000 street cars.

We already know that there has been word from the management that the sales hit Purosangue, which according to Ferrari is not an SUV, must not take up more than 20 percent of the order books. That is why they have already been closed for several years.

However, Ferrari is not working away from the V12 engine or combustion altogether. A patent reveals that the Italians are toying with the idea of turning a hydrogen-powered V6 engine upside down. Read more about it here .

Read more exciting news from and about the world of cars right here!

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