MILAN, Italy – Ferrari said on Monday some internal documents had been posted online and the luxury sports carmaker was working to identify how this had happened. It will implement all the appropriate actions as needed; it said in an emailed statement. Ferrari added it had no evidence of a breach of its systems or … More Ferrari Says Internal Documents Online, But No Evidence Of Cyber Attack
MILAN, Italy – British sportscar maker McLaren said on Monday it was entering the Indian market, with its first retail outlet set to open in Mumbai later this year. India is largely a low – cost and price – sensitive car market in which luxury models account for just over 1% of total annual of … More McLaren To Enter India Market Later This Year
PARIS, France – The 2022 sales guidance for Mercedes – Benz Cars, which foresees a slight increase compared with 2021, still stands, said spokesperson on Monday. The carmaker reported earlier Monday that sales fell sharply in the second quarter, hampered by supply issues and coronavirus – related lockdown measures in China.
PARIS, France – Electric carmaker Lucid Group Inc on Tuesday said it has signed an agreement with the government of Saudi Arabia for the purchase of up to 100,000 of its vehicles over the next 10 years. Saudi Arabia commits to purchase 50,000 vehicles under the agreement, with an option to buy an additional 50,000 … More Lucid Says Saudi Arabia Will Purchase Up To 100,000 Vehicles Over 10 Years
MILAN, Italy – Ferrari unveiled on Tuesday the new 296 GTS convertible, its fourth plug – in hybrid model, as the luxury sportscar maker pushes ahead with its electrification strategy. It follows Ferrari’s previous three hybrid models that went into full series production – the SF 90 Stradale in 2019, its convertible version, called SF … More Ferrari Launches 296 GTS Convertible Hybrid Model