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Ferrari’s first EV will come with a very welcome party trick

Ferrari's roar will continue to make our hearts beat faster.
  • Ferrari has assured fans that their new EV models won’t be silent.
  • CEO of Ferrari, Benedetto Vigna emphasized Ferrari’s dedication to delivering a unique driving experience.
  • Ferrari EVs are slated to begin by late 2025.

Published on Mar 21, 2024 at 4:03PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on Mar 27, 2024 at 12:57PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Tom Wood

Exciting news for Ferrari enthusiasts! The iconic Italian manufacturer is gearing up to unleash the first Ferrari EV (electric vehicle) onto the streets, and the company’s CEO just made a statement that will make fans go crazy!

Amidst the growing buzz surrounding electric cars, Ferrari has assured fans that their new EV models won’t be silent – far from it.

The distinctive sound of a Ferrari can be heard from miles away, sending shivers down the spines of automotive enthusiasts worldwide.

It seems that this is set to continue even as the company steps into the EV market.

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With the shift towards electric propulsion, there were concerns about whether Ferrari’s signature voice would be lost in the transition.

But it seems like the Prancing Horse is committed to preserving its legendary sound, even within the realm of electric vehicles.

In an interview with CNBC, the CEO of Ferrari, Benedetto Vigna emphasized Ferrari’s dedication to delivering a unique driving experience.

He said: “Electric cars are not silent. If you know the technology, you know you can do a lot of things also with electric cars.”

The decision to incorporate synthetic exhaust notes into Ferrari’s electric models aligns with a broader trend in the automotive industry.

Hyundai and a few other brands have already ventured into this territory, recognizing the importance of sound in enhancing the driving experience.

Ferrari’s reported move underscores its commitment to innovation and staying ahead of the curve in an increasingly electrified market.

While some may view the transition to electric power as a departure from tradition, Ferrari sees it as an opportunity to evolve and redefine what it means to drive their car.

By embracing electric technology while preserving its distinctive sound, Ferrari aims to captivate a new generation of drivers while continuing to thrill longtime fans.

With deliveries of the Ferrari EV slated to begin by late 2025, fans are eager to experience the future of Ferrari firsthand. As the automotive industry continues to evolve, one thing remains certain – the roar of a Ferrari will never fade into silence.

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