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Ferrari accelerates its move into hybrid cars

MARANELLO, Italy Ferrari presented a luxury car with a difference on Wednesday -- a hybrid model that can cruise silently through city streets on electric power as well as hitting a top speed of 340 km per hour.

Ferrari accelerates its move into hybrid cars

MARANELLO, Italy, May 29 Ferrari presented a luxury car with a difference on Wednesday -- a hybrid model that can cruise silently through city streets on electric power as well as hitting a top speed of 340 km per hour.

Ferrari shares race ahead after fast start to 2019

MILAN Ferrari beat forecasts on Tuesday with a 14 percent rise in first-quarter core earnings, boosting its shares on growing expectations the Italian luxury carmaker might soon raise its full-year financial targets.

UPDATE 3-Ferrari shares race ahead after fast start to 2019

* Milan-listed shares rose as much as 5.7 pct (Adds CEO comments at conference call, details)

Ferrari CEO confident on plan's targets despite uncertain backdrop

AMSTERDAM The chief executive of luxury race car maker Ferrari said on Friday he was confident about meeting the targets of a business plan through 2022 despite a backdrop of uncertainties.

Ferrari CEO confident on plan's targets despite uncertain backdrop

AMSTERDAM, April 12 The chief executive of luxury race car maker Ferrari said on Friday he was confident about meeting the targets of a business plan through 2022 despite a backdrop of uncertainties.

Motor racing-Ferrari confident of clinching post-2020 F1 agreement

MANAMA, March 29 Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto believes Formula One will reach an agreement on wide-ranging changes from 2021, even if a few sticking points remain to be ironed out.

UPDATE 1-Motor racing-McLaren to race without BAT logo in Australia

* Strict anti-tobacco advertising regulation prompts decision

Fiat Chrysler, Ferrari renew job contracts for Italy workers

MILAN Fiat Chrysler (FCA) has reached an agreement with trade unions to renew the contract for 66,000 of its workers in Italy, the Italian-American carmaker said on Monday.

Fiat Chrysler, Ferrari renew job contracts for Italy workers

MILAN, March 11 Fiat Chrysler (FCA) has reached an agreement with trade unions to renew the contract for 66,000 of its workers in Italy, the Italian-American carmaker said on Monday.

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