Maserati to join Formula E series in 2023


Sure it’s kind of an awkward photo, but we appreciate what it signifies: Maserati is joining Formula E.


When Formula E first debuted, it seemed a little like a gimmick — I mean, the cars couldn’t complete a race on a single charge, so they had to swap cars mid-race. Fast forward to 2022, and it appears as though electric open-wheel racing is here to stay, and the latest manufacturer to hitch itself to the series will be Maserati, according to an announcement made by the company on Monday.

Maserati will be the first Italian manufacturer to participate in the series and will go up against Teutonic toughs like Porsche and Mercedes, as well as firms like Jaguar and DS. The company plans to make its official debut in 2023 with a Gen 3 Formula E chassis, which promises to be the fastest ever.

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