Ferrari SpA, the 82-year-old Italian sports car maker based in Maranello, long hailed for its roaring combustion engines, unboxed a $ 320,000 hybrid sports car on Thursday, while the Italian sports car maker from luxury seems to cede a wide range of changes to its range for a very competitive e-vehicle era.
Indeed, the Ferrari 296 GTB, unveiled on Thursday, would be the automaker’s third hybrid vehicle to make way for production lines after an SF 90 Stradale rolled out in 2019 alongside a convertible edition, the SF90 Spider, released in 2019. last year. .
Nonetheless, expressing total optimism, Ferrari Marketing and Sales Director Enrico Galliera had said following the announcement that the 296 GTB would mark a milestone in the hybrid sports car driving experience..
Speaking in a web presentation, Galliera added: “If the SF 90 was designed for the ultimate in performance, it was designed for the ultimate in driving pleasure. We hope this will also help us attract customers who don’t drive Ferraris now … It’s a process that started a few years ago.
We are working to meet the regulations and the task of reducing emissions ”.
Ferrari unveils $ 320,000 hybrid sports car
Apart from that, Ferrari, the Italian automaker widely known for its red racing cars with the frolicking horse logo, said in the ad that the two-seater 296-GTB with a top speed of over 330 km / h would be labeled at € 269,000 ($ 320,000), while a high performance edition classified as “Assetto Fiorano»Would cost € 302,000.
Ferrari SpA, founded by an Enzo Ferrari in 1939 via a spin-off of an Alfa Romeo racing division, had promised a fully electric sports car by 2025.