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Formula-E

BORN TO WIN
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NextEV has competed in the FIA Formula E Championship since it was established in 2014 and secured the inaugural FIA Formula E drivers’ championship in July 2015 with Nelson Piquet Jr.
 
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LATEST RACE : R6: Paris

The famous streets of Paris were the scene for round six of the 2016/17 FIA Formula E Championship.

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Paris

Paris GALLERY

The NextEV NIO Formula-e Team leaves Paris with six more championship points on the board as Nelson Piquet Jr finished seventh.

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Fia formula e 2016-2017 season
Round 1
Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R.
9th October 2016
Round 2
Marrakesh, Morocco
12th November 2016
Round 3
Buenos Aires, Argentina
18th February 2017
Round 4
Mexico City, Mexico
1st April 2017
Round 5
Monaco, Principality of Monaco
13th May 2017
Round 6
Paris, France
20th May 2017
Round 7
Berlin, Germany
11th June 2017
Round 8
New York, United States
15th July 2017
Round 9
New York, United States
16th July 2017
Round 10
Montreal, Canada
29th July 2017
Round 11
Montreal, Canada
30th July 2017

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Weight

880

kg

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Acceleration

0-62mph

in 3.0s

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Monaco facts

Another tough day at the office for the NextEV NIO Formula-e Team. Qualifying was obviously another good session for Nelson but, unfortunately, Oliver damaged his suspension early in the first session and hence the rest of his qualifying lap was compromised.

Max Speed

140

mph

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LOOKING TO THE FUTURE

NextEV entered Formula E in its inaugural season, fielding a successful campaign to win the 2014/15 Drivers’ Championship with Nelson Piquet Jr. The Brazilian claimed two race victories and five podiums during the season, taking the title by just one point at the finale in London.

NextEV returned for the 2015/16 season with Piquet Jr and a full-season campaign for Oliver Turvey, who made his Formula E debut in London. Turvey had a strong start to finish sixth but the team had a challenging season, struggling to find competitive performance. Improvements were made each race, but Piquet was unable to retain his championship crown.

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Our Drivers
Nelson Piquet Jr
Nelson Piquet Jr
31, Brazil

With motor racing in his blood, it’s no surprise that FIA Formula E World Champion Nelson Piquet has continued the family tradition. In 2014 he joined the Red Bull Global Rallycross Championship, scoring four podiums in his first season, and was announced for the inaugural 2014/15 season of the FIA Formula E Championship. In the inaugural season, Nelson took the overall championship title, lifting the trophy in London 2015, scoring race victories at Long Beach and Moscow along the way.

With motor racing in his blood, it’s no surprise that FIA Formula E World Champion Nelson Piquet has continued the family tradition. In 2014 he joined the Red Bull Global Rallycross Championship, scoring four podiums in his first season, and was announced for the inaugural 2014/15 season of the FIA Formula E Championship. In the inaugural season, Nelson took the overall championship title, lifting the trophy in London 2015, scoring race victories at Long Beach and Moscow along the way.

Racing Highlights
2015
1st

FIA Formula E Championship

2006
2nd

GP2 Series

2006
1st

Mil Milhas Brasil - GTP1

Oliver Turvey
Oliver Turvey
29, United Kingdom

Oliver Turvey enjoyed a successful junior single-seater career with backing from the Racing Steps Foundation. In 2008, Turvey was runner-up to Jaime Alguersuari in British F3, which led to a season of Formula Renault 3.5, during which he won at Monaco. He joined the FIA Formula E Championship for the final round of the 2014-15 season in London, impressing on his first time out, and was then announced as a full time driver for NEXTEV TCR for the 2015-16 season.

Oliver Turvey enjoyed a successful junior single-seater career with backing from the Racing Steps Foundation. In 2008, Turvey was runner-up to Jaime Alguersuari in British F3, which led to a season of Formula Renault 3.5, during which he won at Monaco. He joined the FIA Formula E Championship for the final round of the 2014-15 season in London, impressing on his first time out, and was then announced as a full time driver for NEXTEV TCR for the 2015-16 season.

Racing Highlights
2014
1st

Le Mans 24h - LMP2 class

2013
3rd

European Le Mans Series - LMP2

2008
2nd

British F3 International Series

NIO Racecar

For the 2016/17 FIA Formula E Championships, NextEV introduces it's all-new powertrain, the NextEV 700R. For the second year running, NextEV has been granted constructor status in the championship, which features ten teams for the 16/17 season.

Performance

Acceleration

0-100km/h (0-62mph)

in 3 seconds

Maximum Speed

225km/h (140mph)

Power

Maximum Power

200kw

Equivalent to 270bhp

Race Mode

170kw

Equivalent to 230bhp

Fan Boost Mode

Temporarily increases max power with a short boost of 100kJ of energy to be used in a power window between 180 kW and 200 kW

Max Power Regeneration

150 kw

Wheels & Tyres

Bespoke 18"

Treaded Michelin tyres for wet and dry

Size

Championship specific wheel dimensions

O.Z. Racing Magnesium Rims

Max width front - 260mm / rear
305mm Max diameter - front
650mm / rear 690mm

Dimensions

Overall Length

5000mm

(max)

Overall Width

1800mm

(max)

Overall Height

1250mm

(max)

Track Width

1300mm

(min)

Min Weight

880kg

(Battery 350kg)

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