Ferrari Says 'No Thanks' to Autonomous and Fully-Electric Cars
The Prancing Horse puts the brakes on all the self-driving, electric hype.
Fiat-Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne once famously answered the question of an autonomous, fully-electric Ferrari by saying "You'll have to shoot me first." And coming off the heels of Lamborghini's recent commitment to being the "last" automaker to put out an autonomous car, a Ferrari executive has reaffirmed the brand's devotion to both internal combustion and the driving experience.
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