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15 new Ferrari cars will debut by 2026

Written by Rohit Tonapi

Ferrari has officially announced that it will launch 15 new models by the end of 2026. The new launches will also include Ferrari’s first-ever pure EV, which will sit at the top of the supercar range. In addition, the Italian marquee also said that by 2026, 60 per cent of its lineup will be electrified. The company will also add a host of new models to its ultra-exclusive Icona range. Ferrari’s bosses recently spoke about the company’s transition to electrification. However, they also mentioned that the combustion engine will continue to play a role.

Future Ferrari Lineup

The first model to debut out of the 15 new models will be the company’s first-ever SUV, the Purosangue. Ferrari has already confirmed that the model will make its debut in September 2022 and feature a ‘pure V12’ powertrain. 

By 2026, Ferrari’s lineup will consist of 40 per cent ICE models, and 60 per cent electrified models. The electrified models will either be a pure EV or a hybrid. As of now, Ferrari’s lineup has about a 50-50 mix of pure ICE and hybrid models. The current lineup includes – Roma, 296 GTB, 812 Superfast and the SF90. 

Ferrari aims to be carbon-neutral by 2030. However, the upcoming ramp-up in electrification won’t come at the expense of ICE development. Ferrari says, even by 2030, pure ICE models will account for 20 per cent of all the models sold.

It is likely that Ferrari’s pure-combustion engines will find their way into the limited-run Icona series models such as the SP3 Daytona. However, Ferrari says, by 2026, along with an upcoming supercar, they will account for less than 5 per cent of the company’s total output. Additionally, Ferrari says the upcoming Purosangue SUV will also account for less than 20 per cent of its sales by 2026.

Upcoming Ferrari models will also feature autonomous driving technology across the lineup. However, keeping in line with the driver-centric nature of its products, the company will limit it to Level 2 or Level 2+ autonomy. 

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