The Ferrari Roma, a high-performance sports car that started production last year, is seen at its namesake city. The Italian luxury carmaker has named a new chief executive to lead its efforts to unveil a full-electric car by 2025. Photo: DPA The Ferrari Roma, a high-performance sports car that started production last year, is seen at its namesake city. The Italian luxury carmaker has named a new chief executive to lead its efforts to unveil a full-electric car by 2025. Photo: DPA
The Ferrari Roma, a high-performance sports car that started production last year, is seen at its namesake city. The Italian luxury carmaker has named a new chief executive to lead its efforts to unveil a full-electric car by 2025. Photo: DPA
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Ferrari turns to semiconductor company STMicroelectronics for its new CEO

  • Benedetto Vigna, a 52-year-old Italian national who leads chip maker STMicroelectronics’ biggest division, was named as Ferrari’s new boss
  • He is expected to lead Ferrari’s efforts to introduce its first full-electric car in 2025

Topic |   Luxury cars
The Ferrari Roma, a high-performance sports car that started production last year, is seen at its namesake city. The Italian luxury carmaker has named a new chief executive to lead its efforts to unveil a full-electric car by 2025. Photo: DPA The Ferrari Roma, a high-performance sports car that started production last year, is seen at its namesake city. The Italian luxury carmaker has named a new chief executive to lead its efforts to unveil a full-electric car by 2025. Photo: DPA
The Ferrari Roma, a high-performance sports car that started production last year, is seen at its namesake city. The Italian luxury carmaker has named a new chief executive to lead its efforts to unveil a full-electric car by 2025. Photo: DPA
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