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Wednesday, May 11, 2016

Looking for the future Formula-E car

Mahindra, together with an Italian well-known design company Pininfarina has compiled a series of design concepts that are intended to inspire the appearance of Formula-E car in the future.

And actually, Mahindra is seeking feedback about this design on their social media sites (Facebook, Twitter & Instagram) and we need to use the hashtag #FormulaEConcepts to give your opinions.
Mahindra and Pininfarina has compiled a series of design of Formula-E car in the future. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1Zmd9E)
According to Dilbagh Gill, head of Mahindra Racing team and the head of the Formula-E Teams Association, there will be more radical concepts come soon.

"We are thinking about starting to made the lighter version," Gill said in a recent interview with Autosport. "We want to clarify that the concept is still at a very early stage. We have interests in the new car will be relevant in four or five years into the future, around 2022-23. That is where we need is a leap of faith."

The team principal added the intention is that they should come up with "something that is futuristic and not similar to what's already out there," or what want heard by the fans out there.
Right side view of the future Formula-E racing car designed by Mahindra and Pininfarina. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1Zmd9E)
Fabio Filippini, chief creative officer of Pininfarina, also spoke with excitement about his company's involvement with Formula-E, stating that it was "one of the most interesting sign of the ongoing changes in the automotive world as well as in motor racing."

"Donations are very likely from Pininfarina for the construction of Formula-E car in the future will be a very motivating challenge, fully consistent with our mission as a creator and innovator in the automotive field." *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | CARSCOOPS]
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