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RaceFans Round-up: DS is second manufacturer to commit to Formula E’s third-generation era


In the round-up: DS Automobiles, whose Formula E team have won the teams championship for the last two years running, has committed to the series’ for the 2022-23 season, when its next generation of car technology will be introduced.

DS commits to Formula E

DS has joined Mahindra in committing to Formula E’s third generation of cars, which will be used until 2026 at least. The news is a boost for the series which has seen BMW and Audi confirm their intention to depart at the end of this season.

The manufacturer, whose Formula E team is run in conjunction with Techeetah, has taken two drivers to the championship on three occasions – Jean-Eric Vergne twice and Antonio Felix da Costa last year.

“We have been the first premium car maker to enter Formula E and our brand has significantly benefitted from the work and the successes of DS Performance, both in terms of development and brand awareness,” said DS Automobiles director general Béatrice Foucher. “If today DS Automobiles is the multi-energy constructor with the lowest average of CO2 emissions in Europe, it is also thanks to the expertise acquired in Formula E.”

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