Ferrari appoints STMicroelectronics exec Benedetto Vigna as new CEO


A Ferrari is parked outside the New York Stock Exchange in celebration of Ferrari Automotive Company’s IPO on October 21, 2015 in New York City.

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Ferrari has appointed electronics pioneer Benedetto Vigna as chief executive as the company gears up for the age of electric vehicles.

Vigna will join Ferrari on Sept. 1 from semiconductor firm STMicroelectronics, where he is head of its sensors group.

The Italian sportscar maker announced the appointment in a statement Wednesday. Former CEO Louis Camilleri stepped down for personal reasons in December after a reported battle with Covid-19.

Ferrari said Vigna has experience working for some of the world’s leading…


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