Tesla has posted some crazy fast 0-60 numbers for its Model S, raising comparisons with supercars. But there's more to supercars that straight-line speed. Ferrari CEO Sergio Marchionne helpfully pointed this out. The Tesla Model S P100D, with "Ludicrous Mode" acceleration, can go from 0-60 mph in a mind-boggling 2.3 seconds. Show More Summary
Ferrari CEO Sergio Marchionne likes to talk. A lot. At the recently held Detroit Auto Show, he also talked a lot. Except this time, instead of threatening to pull his Formula 1 team out of the sport, he took aim at Elon musk and Tesla, declaring that his brand would be the first to build an electric supercar. Ok, Sergio. More »
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles CEO Sergio Marchionne has come out and denied that any of the automaker's brands could be up for sale. His comments were made on Monday at the 2018 North American International Auto Show in Detroit and finally put an end to the speculation that one or more FCA brands could be sold to a Chinese automaker. The speculation...
Speaking at this year's Detroit Auto Show, Sergio Marchionne, who heads both Ferrari and FCA mentioned that Ferrari is considering electric supercar and an SUV the "fastest on the market". Read more... The post Ferrari considering electric supercar and SUVs the fastest on the market appeared first on LUXUO.
Ferrari chairman and Fiat-Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne assured loyalists that Ferrari's forthcoming SUV will behave and drive as a proper Ferrari should—and it's coming sooner than we expected. Auto Express reported on Tuesday that Marchionne plans for the Ferrari Utility Vehicle (FUV) to launch no later than 2020. Marchionne told media...
Despite referring to the mere notion of an electric Ferrari as “obscene” in 2016, chief executive officer Sergio Marchionne is now saying the brand is obligated to build one. The situation is familiar to what happened with the brand’s...Show More Summary
Ferrari Chairman Sergio Marchionne, who only two years ago said the idea of an electric Ferrari was “almost an obscene concept,” was out at this week's 2018 Detroit auto show boasting the Italian firm could beat all rivals to market with an electric supercar, including Tesla. “If there is an electric supercar to be built, then...
Ferrari is going to going to build an EV that will aim to have no peer – including from the likes of Tesla. Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne said that its planning to both build its first electric supercar, and debut its first ever SUV, with the latter arriving sometime in either 2019 or 2020, per Bloomberg. Show More Summary
Ferrari’s CEO Sergio Marchionne has boldly asserted that the Italian marque will be first to market with a dedicated electric supercar, in a bid to draw the narrative spotlight away from start-up Tesla and its high profile founder Elon Musk. “If there is an electric supercar to be built, then Ferrari will be the first,” […]
Ferrari CEO Sergio Marchionne said anything Tesla has done with electric supercars can be done by others in the industry.
Nearly two years ago, Ferarri chariman Sergio Marchionne scoffed at the notion that the Italian sports car maker would ever develop an electric car. Driving the point home, Marchionne said that a Ferrari without an internal combustion...Show More Summary
Sergio Marchionne says Ferrari will both build its first electric supercar and debut its first ever SUV, with the latter arriving sometime in either 2019 or 2020. Continue reading Ferrari is planning an all-electric supercar and an SUV Ferrari...Show More Summary
Sergio Marchionne discussed the future of his company at the Detroit auto show, saying the company will not be sold piecemeal.
Sergio Marchionne, CEO of Fiat Chrysler (FCA), swatted down speculation Monday that he might sell the group's popular Jeep brand and forecasted a future strategic plan by June in anticipation of his retirement.
CEO Sergio Marchionne said in a statement that these announcements reflect the company's ongoing commitment to manufacturing in the U.S.
Dec 18 (Reuters) - Ferrari could lead other Formula One teams into an alternative championship if the sport becomes too much like the U.S.-based NASCAR series but hope it does not come to that, chairman Sergio Marchionne has said.
Ferrari president Sergio Marchionne says he expects his team to improve next year after a dispiriting end to their title challenge this season
Fiat Chrysler is discussing with Hyundai regarding hydrogen fuel-cell technologies and vehicle transmissions. Fiat Chrysler CEO, Sergio Marchionne, spilt the beans to Bloomberg while speaking to media at the launch of Alfa Romeo’s return to Formula One. Show More Summary
Ferrari president Sergio Marchionne says the threat that the Italian team could leave Formula One is a 'serious' one following disgareements over engine rules from 2021
MILAN, Dec 3 (Reuters) - Formula One is walking a tightrope as new owners Liberty Media plan to grow the sport in America, Ferrari chairman Sergio Marchionne has warned.