According to the automaker's CEO and GM Amedeo Felisa, Ferrari might have a hybrid car in the market come 2015.
The environmental regulations of the Italian government nor backing up of the European Union can force the Italian car manufacturer to send a hybrid to their dealerships.
However, Felisa cannot see a logic behind forcing the company to follow the stricter emission rules and sees the emissions issue as a political one.
"Lowering emissions of every Ferrari will not save the planet, but it will cost us a lot of money."
At the moment, Ferrari is looking into hybrids to decrease the emission of their fleet within the next decade.
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