Porsche not only focuses on the future of electromobility in their production cars with the likes of the all-electric Taycan, but also on the racetrack.
With its official registration for the new Gen3 Formula E era, Porsche underlines its commitment to the world’s first all-electric racing series and its philosophy of laying the foundation for future mobility solutions by developing electrically powered racing cars.
Porsche places great value on preserving the DNA of Formula E. The special qualities that make this championship successful are the events in major cities of the world. as well as fiercely contested races thanks to the high level of competition. Moreover, there is the high technical relevance for production models, the quality of the powertrain, innovative technologies and effective cost control thanks to the standardised chassis across the field as well as the sustainability strategy of this racing series.
Porsche Motorsport has also earned an important award recently as the TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team has received a three-star environmental certificate from the FIA, which the international automobile federation bestows as part of its certification programme in the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship.
The accolade is in recognition of Porsche Motorsport’s successful efforts to improve its performance and to create the conditions for sustainable operations by optimising existing processes.
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** Important information about the all-electric Porsche models can be found here