The Formula E car broken down

The chassis and battery are standard, but for season two Formula E has opened up development of the car’s other components to the teams’ engineers

Electric cars moving from slipstream to mainstream

Driven by environmental and health concerns over harmful exhaust emissions, electric vehicles are beginning to sell in larger numbers, benefitting in part from Formula E technological development

Jaguar is back and raring to go… electric

A revered marque in the world of cars, Jaguar is poised to pounce back into motor sport

Striving for the podium with a purpose

Formula E boss with the Virgin DS Racing team Alex Tai tells of his hopes and expectations for the groundbreaking sport

Speeding into a new world of smart cars

The automotive industry has begun a journey into the future when self-driving electric cars will be intelligent technology platforms

On the road to connected and driverless cars

Vehicles connected through the internet to each other and online agencies provide a range of information services, as well as in-car entertainment, which are revolutionising the driving experience and could eventually take the wheel

Get set for electric racing

With more of a whoosh than a roar, Formula E arrives in the UK this weekend giving Brits their first real taste of the top all-electric racing series

Bright spark behind Formula E series

When Formula E launched in 2012, few thought it would get off the ground because of its reliance on unproven technology, but it has succeeded due largely to the drive of one man – Alejandro Agag