The plug-in hybrid Ferrari 296 and SF90 supercars outsold the car-maker’s four petrol-only models last quarter – but an upcoming production increase for the Purosangue SUV could reverse the trend once again.
For the first time in the eight-decade history of Ferrari, the Italian car-maker delivered more hybrid models than petrol-only vehicles across a three-month period.
During a financial presentation earlier this week, Ferrari announced it had delivered 3459 cars to customers globally between July and September 2023 – 67 of which came to Australia – with hybrid models accounting for 51 per cent the overall figure.
According to Ferrari, the boost in overall deliveries was driven by increased supply and demand of its 296 GTB/GTS and SF90 Stradale/Spider supercars, which are the Italian car-maker’s only two hybrid model line-ups currently on sale.
Extracted in full from: https://www.drive.com.au/news/ferrari-hybrid-supercars-outsell-petrol-models/