Mahindra Racing is committed to its commitment to the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship, making it the first automobile manufacturer to commit itself to the Gen3 era with vehicles of the third Formula E technology – starting with the season 2022 / 23.
While Formula E is tackling its first season with the title of an FIA World Championship, the Indian manufacturer Mahindra Racing has a long-term commitment ent and committed to the “Gen3” era of Formula E from 2022. The Mahindra Group has set itself the goal of 2025 half a million electric vehicles on Indian roads bring to. Mahindra believes in the role of Formula E as an indispensable laboratory for future electric vehicles, the technology transfer from the racetrack to the road and in sustainable mobility technologies.
Mahindra Racing, one of the founding teams and the only Indian manufacturer in Formula E, has so far four E-Prix victories, 18 podium places and 690 Achieved championship points – making it one of the most consistent and respected groups in the field. The team is committed to pushing the boundaries of technology and innovation in the field of electric vehicles and addressing the effects of climate change. Mahindra Racing battle the first Formula E team to be awarded the three-star rating from the FIA Environmental Accreditation – evidence of excellent sustainability practices.
“Gen3” marks a new era in terms of performance and efficiency. These include more powerful, lighter cars, faster charging technology and cost control. All with the aim of further developing the intense and thrilling racing for which Formula E has become known.
Formula E is the first and only sport that was certified as net CO2-just from the start. Their goal is to accelerate sustainable progress through the power of all-electric racing. Electric vehicles and their charging infrastructure have developed significantly since the introduction and use of “Gen1” vehicles on the street circuits of the world’s most famous cities. This rapid development shows how strongly sustainable mobility technologies are making progress that make a decisive contribution to combating climate change.
Formula E and the FIA are focused on developing the upcoming “Gen3” vehicle generation aims to strengthen the leading role of Formula E in electric racing – and at the same time to further increase its relevance for manufacturers’ road vehicles. “Gen3” will bring performance and efficiency gains, including more powerful, lighter cars, fast charging technology and cost control.
The ABB FIA Formula E World Championship is currently testing in Valencia . The season opener of their “Season Seven” takes place in January in Santiago de Chile, with two races that take place on 16. and 17. January at 19: 00 CET (15: 00 local time).