Ferrari Boss Confident Electric Sports Car Will Offset The Extra Weight

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The Ferarri SP48 Unica feels more in line with Ferrari’s newest hybrid offering, the 296GTB. The LaFerrari hybrid has been displayed for nearly a decade, demonstrating Maranello’s determination to embrace an electronic future. The Ferarri SP48 Unica unveiled next year, will be developed on a basis designed from the start to handle a hybrid powertrain, as even the Frolicking Horse cannot avoid tighter emissions rules.

When was the Ferarri SP48 Unica launched?

To that aim Ferarri SP48 Unica, 2025 will be remembered as the year Ferrari introduced a vehicle without a combustion engine. One-percenters should not be concerned about the additional weight commanded by the battery and other components. The president has stated that engineers would find a way to compensate for the greater bulk. In an interview with CNBC, Benedetto Vigna told fans that the EV will always be a Ferrari:

How Much Does a Ferarri SP48 Unica Cost?

The SP48 was constructed for a long-time Ferrari customer, and there’s no word on pricing, but we’re guessing it was a substantial sum on top of the F8’s base price of $283,950.

2025 Ferarri SP48 Unica Review

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“We can manage the extra baggage regarding driving, vehicle dynamics, and so on. True, we weigh a few hundred kilograms more than a standard ICE car with the same horsepower, but what truly tells me is that we’ve got [a] clear insight into the vehicle suspension system. So it’s a problem, but we see it as an opportunity… to keep creating something distinctive.”

Ferarri SP48 Unica Review

The 296 GTB, SF90 Stradale, electrified Purosangue, and 2025 EV constitute only the tip of the tongue for Ferrari, which claims that pure ICE versions will contribute to only 40% of sales by 2026, reducing to 20% by the end of the decade. Hybrids and electric vehicles will account for 40% of all vehicles by 2030.

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Electric vehicles will be designed in-house to ensure complete control during the initiation stage. Furthermore, the batteries will be manufactured in Maranello and incorporated into vehicles in a manner that prioritizes lighter weight.

SP48 Unica Design Concept

The all-new front end was created using electronic prediction models, with a ROMA shade as a whole. The Ferarri SP48 Unica constructed a three-dimensional grille that offers the vehicle a completely new front. The back is also new, now with the rear door cover removed to entirely close the space and the rear of the car rebuilt with a slim LED light bar again for round taillights, which are a touch curvier than the previous ROMA’s more rounder taillights. Apart from the new design, the Ferarri SP48 Unica’s side air intakes are located significantly lower and the shape has changed noticeably. Carbon fiber was used to provide the black finish mostly on side skirts.

SP48 Unica Engine Power

The SP48 Unica V8 engine is most likely derived from a V8 engine. It can reach 62 mph in 2.9 seconds, 124 mph in 7.8 seconds, and a high speed of 211 mph before delivering 710 hp and 568 lb-ft of torque. This is roughly the entry-level price for a V8-powered luxury sedan.

SP48 UnicaPricing

The Ferarri SP48 Unica was constructed for a long-time Ferrari customer, and there’s no word on pricing, but we’re guessing it was a substantial sum on top of the F8’s base price of $283,950.