Formula E racing is still on its starting phase with many aspects being experimental. However, the championship is already involving some major automakers like Audi, Renault, Citroen and Jaguar. Though there also are some names that sounds not so loud yet but very promising – like Faraday Future Dragon Racing Team, which had released specs of their racecar recently – check the full list below.


Looking forward, Formula E plans to release a new battery pack technology in 2018 season and make improvements to electric powertrains. It is expected that the renewed components will allow to close the performance gap between the electric championship chassis and the Formula One. In comparison, the latter’s output equals close to 1,000 hp (750 kW) and top speeds of 230 mph (375 km/h).

Here is the full list of 2016-2017 Faraday Future’s race vehicle specs:


  • 0-62 mph (0-100 km/h): 2.95 seconds
  • Max Speed: 150+ mph (240+ km/h)
  • Max Power: 270hp in qualifying; 230hp in race

Body & Chassis Dimensions

  • Chassis: Carbon fiber monocoque
  • Length x Width x Height: 196.85 x 70.86 x 49.21 inches (5.0 x 1.8 x 1.25 m)
  • Track Width: 51.18 inches (1.3 m)
  • Minimum Weight (including driver): 1940.1 lbs. (880 kg)


  • Front: Steel wishbones, pushrod-operated dampers and torsion bars
  • Rear: Steel wishbones, pushrod-operated dampers and torsion bars with coil springs

Brakes & Tires

  • Front, Rear: Carbon discs and pads, front and rear, four-piston Alcon calipers
  • Tires: Michelin Pilot Sport EV2, treaded for use in both dry and wet conditions
  • Wheels: R18 aluminum rims


  • Max Energy Allowed: 28 kw/h per race car
  • Charger: Portable, clean, glycerine-fueled generators
  • Charging Rate: 40kW
  • Max Regen: 150kW

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