Ferrari isn't racing toward electric cars, but they'll be loud when it gets there
Ferrari introduces its first hybrid; Abercrombie & Fitch bets smaller is better
Fox Business Briefs: Ferrari introduces its first hybrid, the SF90, which will have 986 horsepower and a top speed of 211 mph making it the most powerful street-legal vehicle the Italian supercar manufacturer has ever made; Abercrombie & Fitch says it’s closing some its large flagship stores and focusing on smaller shops.
When Harley-Davidson got into the electric motorcycle business, there was one thing it knew it needed: noise.
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While many battery-powered vehicles take advantage of electrification to operate as silently as possible, H-D made sure that its Livewire bike was engineered to produce a signature sound that it described as the electric guitar complement to its acoustic gas-powered bikes. Now supercar maker Ferrari is singing the same tune.
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During the company’s third-quarter earnings call, during which it reported better than expected profits that pushed the stock to an all-time high, CEO Louis Camilleri said of future electrified products “sound is ‒ in terms of all of the consumer research we have ‒ is one of the key elements and, clearly, it is a big priority.”