Manufacturers confirmed for Gen3

Seven of the world’s leading automotive manufacturers have registered with the Federation Internationale de l’Automovile (FIA) to race the next Gen3 car, which debuts in the next season of the FIA Formula E World Championshp.

The Gen3 race car is set to be officially unveiled to the public at the Yacht Club de Monaco on 28th April, ahead of the Monaco E-Prix on 30th April.

The manufacturers currently confirmed for the Gen3 era of Formula E are the following:

  • DS Automobiles, France
  • Jaguar, UK
  • Mahindra Racing, India
  • Maserati, Italy
  • NIO 333, UK and China
  • Nissan, Japan
  • Porsche AG, Germany

The full list of teams set for Formula E’s Gen3 era will be released later in 2022.

We are delighted to confirm the commitment of seven of the world’s leading car manufacturers to the Gen3 era of the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship, and we look forward to seeing them battle against each other. As a proving ground for future mobility, Formula E has always been at the cutting-edge of technology – as exemplified by the Gen3 single-seater – and we are confident that the forthcoming era will mark an exciting chapter in the series’ electrifying story.

FIA President, Mohammed Ben Sulayem.

We are excited to welcome many of the world’s most innovative and competitive automotive manufacturers into the Gen3 era of the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship. The Gen3 race car will take Formula E’s iconic city centre racing to a new level, creating more intense action and drama on the track while delivering a leap forward in electric mobility off it. It will set the standard for performance and efficiency and serve as further tangible evidence of the innovative developments in electric vehicles achieved by manufacturers in the championship.

Jamie Reigle, CEO Formula E.
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