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Ferrari to make 80% hybrid and full-electric range by 2030

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I’ll take two then…

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Too slow, too late.

Seriously Ferrari, a Tesla sedan, not a supercar, a sedan, is already faster than the fastest Ferrari road car. The times, they are a changing Mr Vigna.

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The internal combustion engine ban is coming to UK in 2030 and to EU in 2035.

This is why Ferrari and Rolls-Royce are busy developing EVs powered by Korean batteries, SK battery for Ferrari and Samsung battery for Rolls-Royce.

While the US has not banned ICE vehicles, they are changing regulations to make EV/fuel-cell 50% of new vehicle sales by 2030. This is why GM pledged to stop manufacturing ICE vehicles and go all electric by 2035 as well.

Japanese automobiles would be wiped out of market by 2035 if the current trend of slow transition continues, thereby truly transforming Japan into a finance and tourism driven economy like the UK.

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Samit Basu......

The internal combustion engine ban is coming to UK in 2030 and to EU in 2035.

Not only this, updated noise regulations are going to kill off internal combustion engines. Nissan GTR will not be able to be sold in Europe due to this next year.

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Seriously Ferrari, a Tesla sedan, not a supercar, a sedan, is already faster than the fastest Ferrari road car. 

0-60 in a straight line true but not in the real world...

But yes, the times are changing... no more rasping V12s or soon any sound at all....

Progress?....

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