The Gen2 car is equipped with the new MichelinPilot Sport all-season tyre, specially designed to meet the unique requirements of electric road racing. The tire is not only lighter than its predecessors, but is also characterized by significantly lower rolling resistance and a new graphic design. Formula E is the next generation of motorsport that brings an unprecedented level of innovation and fan engagement. Since the first season, FANBOOST has increased the interactive element of racing with fans adjusting themselves to give their favorite driver an extra dose of power, and ATTACK MODE has introduced a new element in racing tactics for teams and drivers with a Mario Kart-like performance boost. Since the 2020/21 season, Formula E has been an FIA World Championship, making it the first Formula Racing Series outside of Formula One to receive World Championship status.  Now, with the Brake-by-Wire (BBW) system, this only affects the rear brakes. The driver presses the brake pedal as usual. The electronic control unit (ECU) then compensates for the amount of braking desired by the driver and the braking effect provided by rain. The ECU then applies only the rear brakes sufficiently to compensate for both. This gives a balanced and uniform braking effect for the welcome driver to the Gen2 car. Everything new, from tyres to the cutting edge of the roll bar, the new generation ABB FIA Formula E Championship car was designed by SPARK (the company behind the Gen1 car) and also by the FIA Motorsport Association. The radical aerodynamic update of the Batmobile type is not only different from any other race car before, but also helps the driver in the race.
The goal of the design is not only to increase downforce, but also to allow the driver to maintain aerodynamic grip when following another car, which helps to overtake. Most of the car`s downforce now comes from the underbody, with the huge diffuser also providing grip behind another car. This reduces the size of the rear wing, with the unique X-Wing giving the cars an extreme look. To reduce turbulence on the next car, the front wheels are partially closed and the body behind them eliminates turbulence and routes along the sides of the car. During the first four seasons, an electric racing car built by Spark Racing Technology called the Spark-Renault SRT 01E was used. The chassis was designed by Dallara, a battery system was developed by Williams Advanced Engineering and a five-speed Hewland transmission was used. Michelin was the official tyre supplier.    For the first season, 42 electric cars were ordered from the series. Each of the 10 teams received 4 cars and 2 cars were kept for testing purposes.  Formula E was the first sport to have a net-zero carbon footprint since its inception. Formula E stresses the importance of racing with reason and invests in internationally certified projects in all racing markets to offset emissions from six seasons of electric sports. Formula E is touted as the electric future of motor racing.
Heineken has partnered with Formula E and aligned its sustainability strategy for “Brewing a Better World” with the all-electric racing series. Roborace develops the world`s first autonomous and electric race car.  The company plans to develop the world`s first championship for driverless cars.  It organised demonstrations at selected races during the 2016/17 Formula E season and the 2017/18 Formula E season. Although the championship is a few years old, the technology around the track is constantly evolving. FIA President Jean Todt has achieved his ambition to see international motorsport on the streets of Paris: “I have always dreamed of a race in Paris. We did it with Formula E.” It was a historic moment for the FIA and Formula E, as the city has become part of the long-standing calendar. The new 2020/21 ABB FIA Formula E World Champion, Nyck de Vries, won the Season 7 crown in his second season in the all-electric road racing series and helped Mercedes-EQ win the team title. Formula E began the electric road racing revolution at the 2014 Beijing E-Prix on September 13, 2014 and after 25 laps of the race, it all came down to the last corner of the last lap.
Lucas Di Grassi (Audi Sport ABT) was the first Formula E race winner to enter the history books. The first significant change was the introduction of the new Gen2 car. .