The new all-electric Formula E car has been officially presented in Rome, set to be one of the ten worldwide venues for the upcoming Formula E championship in 2014.
The Formula E championship will be organised by Formula E Holdings (FEH), a consortium led by Spanish politician and Addax GP2 team owner Alejandro Agag.
The cars will initially be built by Spark Racing Technology, with transmission units supplied by McLaren.
In addition to Rome, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil has confirmed its presence on the calendar. FEH are also exploring options in India, Spain and America.