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Ferrari's upcoming EV to feature an 'authentic' noise

The Italian carmaker claims that its EV will account for 5% of the brand's total sales in 2026.

Ferrari announced that it is working on an electric car and is scheduled to make its global debut sometime by late 2025. Now, according to media reports, the upcoming Prancing Horse EV is said to make some noise, despite doing away with the internal combustion engine.

Speaking to a media outlet, Emanuele Carando, Product Marketing & Marketing Intelligence Director at Ferrari, stated that the EV will make an "authentic" noise. He further added that the EV will be a "true Ferrari", although he didn't reveal any details of the sort of sound that the EV will produce. Reports though, speculate that 'authentic' noise on an EV refers to the whining of the electric motors. This suggests engineers could find a way to amplify the whining sound via the car's speakers.

Ferrari also claims that its first EV will "deliver different emotions" compared to the current models in the segment. The Italian carmaker claims that the yet-to-be-named EV will account for 5% of the brand's total sales in 2026 (its first full year of sales).

The EV will be sold alongside the brand's iconic V12-powered models. Ferrari has confirmed that it is working on ways to keep the V12 engine alive until it is banned entirely.

Source: Drive.au

 
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