Ferrari is witnessing strong demand for its supercars. According to CEO Benedetto Vigna, the automaker has enough orders until the end of 2025. It also means that if you book a Ferrari today, it won’t be delivered until 2026.
Ferrari recently published its Q3 results. In the first nine months of this year, Ferrari delivered 10,418 cars, a growth of 5.3%.
51% of the total shipments in the quarter were of hybrid models, led by the 296 and SF90. Deliveries of the 812 Competizione A and the Purosangue are gradually picking up.
Vigna also revealed that Ferrari’s electric car project is going as planned and is on track to launch its first EV in the last quarter of 2025.
“Ferrari’s first fully electric model project is going as planned but for some processes, we are even ahead of schedule,” Vigna said.
Source: Automotive News