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First 100% electric Ferrari in 2025 - confirmed

Discussion in 'Electric Ferraris' started by FerrariCognoscenti, Nov 6, 2021.

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  1. JTSE30

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    When did that occur? From what I can find, "never occurred":

    https://yasa.com/news/message-from-ceo/

    22 July 2021

    Operating as a wholly owned subsidiary of Mercedes-Benz, with our own brand, team and facilities, YASA will help to develop pioneering best-in-class electric drive innovations to give Mercedes-Benz exceptional performance in a new electric era.

    https://yasa.com/press/

    There is absolutely no reference to 'yasa' on tesla.com...

    And, Ferrari first used Yasa in the SF90, before MB bought them...
    https://yasa.com/applications/ferrari-sf90-stradale/
     
  2. MalibuGuy

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    Will Ferrari design and make their own electric motors?

    This is the reason why Ferrari should have had a presence in Formula E.

    But Ferrari has the deepest pockets to hire the talent to create the most advanced high performance electric motors. They have enough time but need to start now
     
  3. 4re4ever

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    EVs will be a thing of the past soon. hydrogen, new Bio and other fuels and technology are being developed at a high rate now. Most of auto industry want EVs gone asap
     
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  4. NGooding

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    Umm. And without the glorious V12...
     
  5. 4re4ever

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    without any ICE :(
     
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  6. NGooding

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    Indeed. :(
     
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  7. 4re4ever

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    even a new version of the F134 Engine
     

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  8. 599F1

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    Love that blue! The GTS must be even more of a rocket, how have you evaded multiple speeding tickets?
     
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  9. F2003-GA

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    For a heavy Luxury/Sports car its surprisingly a lot a fun to drive more engaging than I was expecting it to be
     
  10. MalibuGuy

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  11. NGooding

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    The article talks about better packaging and imoroved plumbing that allows for better airflow.

    Superchargers don't suffer from turbo lag since you don't need to wait for the exhaust pressure to spool up a turbine.

    I believe they're typically bad for fuel economy, however, since they draw power from the engine. I'm not certain about that though.
     
  12. 4re4ever

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  13. MalibuGuy

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    Certain markets will attempt to close the window for ICE
    Of course if their societies determine that this plan is too strict and impractical then they will change their regulations.
    Or if enough money is involved this can also sway the political systems
     
  14. Newjoint

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    Superchargers do draw power from the engine with a belt shaft ir chain with increasing parasitic losses as you climb the rev range so less peak power gain compared to conventional turbine turbo but there is no lag and the car sounds better than conventional turbochargers. Electric turbochargers will solve all those issues and Porsche with its new hybrid engine /electric turbocharger that runs at high voltage seems to have done exactly that- no parasitic losses/no lag/great sound and better mileage.


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