Ferrari: Reduces CO2 also by fat cells

Ferrari: Reduces CO2 also by fat cells

Ferrari is also planning clean electric cars with a growing number of hybrids in the future. The fuel cell also plays a role, but it has stopped at the factory.

Sports car manufacturer Ferrari is also implementing plans to reduce CO2 emissions. The first electric model will be introduced in 2025. But Ferrari still holds the combustion engine. The 2026 product plans target a wide range of comprising 40 percent of combustion engines and 60 percent of hybrids and electric vehicles.

The Italians are aiming to be completely free of CO2 by 2030. The company is not only involved in automotive production, but also in processes in developing business operations.

New sources of energy for the factory

In the future, biomethane will be used to generate energy in the plant, supported by photovoltaic systems. This should enable 77 or 37 megawatts of energy to be generated. In addition, Ferrari plans to use stationary fuel cells. With their help, production should be delivered with energy, capacity is promised at one megawatt. The use of electric drive and technology of fuel cells and hydrogen tanks in future sports cars from brands is not part of Ferrari’s future.


Ferrari puts electricity into future models and also seeks to use more environmentally friendly energy production techniques in production. This also includes stationary fat cells.