“Going forward, we want to have almost complete capability to do what we want in-house,” said Stroll. “Amedeo Felisa and Roberto Fedeli have a great deal of experience in electrification, working on the first electrified Ferrari and then in Amedeo’s case joining [an] EV technology company as CEO and in Roberto’s case going to BMW to develop its first electric cars. I don’t think anyone is more respected in the field of electrification.”
Stroll’s confidence in these men is well placed, and as the brand aims to put its own spin on electrified vehicles, their knowledge will be crucial. Fortunately, they’re not alone in the task and Aston Martin still has access to Mercedes-AMG’s high-performance EV platform from next year.
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