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Patent filing reveals Ferrari’s Electric Supercar plans

Patent filings accessed by CarBuzz suggest that Ferrari is developing an electric supercar. The new model could be Italy’s answer to the Porsche Taycan.

A closer look at the patent images reveals quite a few details of Ferrari’s idea of an electric supercar. Here’s what we know so far:

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The Ferrari EV is likely to feature one electric motor on each axle, essentially making it all-wheel drive. One of the images reveals a motor module, electric motor generator and gearbox case. The platform can also accommodate an internal combustion engine, indicating that it might also spawn a hybrid model.

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Moreover, the document also mentions a “two-seater electric sports vehicle”. This suggests that the Ferrari EV won’t be a four-door model like the Taycan. However, in terms of performance, it could be on-par with the Porsche, if not better.

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The Taycan Turbo S packs four electric motors that generate 750 hp and 774 lb-ft. It can accelerate from 0-60 mph in 2.6 seconds, while the car’s top speed is claimed to be 162 mph. The Taycan is based on an 800 volt architecture and comes with a 93.4 kWh lithium-ion battery.

Source: CarBuzz

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