Formula E second-generation cars
The ongoing electric racecar series kicked off with new, longer-range vehicles for the 2018/2019 season.
No car swapping
Doubling the size of the batteries means drivers can finish races on a single charge instead of swapping vehicles mid-race as they did during the first four seasons of Formula E.
Spark Racing Technology
174mph top speed (up 24% from Gen. 1 vehicles)
|Gen 1. Formula E||Gen 2. Formula E|
|Max. power output||200kW (268hp)||250kW (335hp)|
|Acceleration 0 to 100kph (0 to 62mph)||2.8s||2.8s|
|Max. speed||225km/h (140mph)||280km/h (174mph)|
|Battery weight||320kg (705 lb)||385kg (849 lb)|
|Min. weight (including driver and battery)||920kg (2,028 lb)||900kg (1,984 lb)|
|Length||5,000mm (16ft, 5")||5,160mm (16ft, 11")|
|Width||1,780mm (5ft, 10")||1,770mm (5ft, 10")|
|Height||1,050mm (3ft, 5")||1,050mm (3ft, 5")|