Why Formula E's Gen3 targets are its most-ambitious yet

Why Formula E's Gen3 targets are its most-ambitious yet

In late 2019, the FIA released tender application requests for the main elements that will make up Formula E's third car for the 2022-23 campaign. Buried in the documents were key details that outline just what the electric series wants to achieve next

Formula E has always made sure its car technology carries a message.

Gen1, from the series' inception in 2014, was about proving that electric vehicles could race. Gen2, introduced in '18, is tackling range anxiety fears and demonstrating development. Gen3, it seems, is going to be the most ambitious story yet.

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