Ferrari Won’t Abandon Internal-Combustion Engines, Will Make Its Cars Prettier

In a far-reaching question-and-answer session at the 2018 Geneva auto show, Ferrari laid out its plans for a busy next few years. Besides the brand’s current standoff with Formula 1, there is its first-ever foray into building sport-utility vehicles (next year) and looming pressure from fuel-economy and emissions regulations. So how does Ferrari plan to tackle it all? On hybrids . . .

Ferrari’s sole hybrid thus far is the LaFerrari, it’s sold-out, range-topping hypercar.

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