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  • Reuters

    Ferrari says new plant will boost flexibility, shorten car development times

    Ferrari will use its new production site to boost manufacturing flexibility and shorten the time needed to develop and roll out new models, rather than to increase output, the CEO of the Italian luxury sports carmaker said on Friday. Ferrari's so called e-building in its home town of Maranello, northern Italy, for which it has invested around 200 million euros ($214 million), will also produce its first fully electric (EV) car, expected to be launched at the end of next year. "This building will allow us to shorten time to market or product development time," CEO Benedetto Vigna said at the plant's inauguration, adding these two activities sometimes currently overlap on existing assembly lines.


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  • The Telegraph

    Ferrari’s first electric car to cost more than €500,000

    Ferrari is preparing to launch its first electric car with a price tag of more than €500,000 (£422,000).