A Ferrari photographed in Switzerland on March 2, 2015. The Italian company plans to launch a fully electric vehicle in 2025.
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The CEO of Ferrari on Tuesday moved to allay fears the firm’s upcoming electric offering will compromise on performance, telling CNBC the luxury carmaker had a “deep understanding” of vehicle dynamics.
In an interview with CNBC’s Joumanna Bercetche, Benedetto Vigna was asked about the weight of batteries used in an EV, and if an electric model would be able to preserve the feel, power and aerodynamics of a Ferrari.
“In terms of drive, in terms of … vehicle dynamics, we can manage this additional weight,” he…