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Formula E unveil record-breaker and Jaguar commit to Gen4 – RacingNews365 FE Review

Check out the biggest Formula E stories from the past week with the RacingNews365 FE Review.

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Formula E officially unveiled the Gen3 Evo (Gen3.5) in a glitzy event – attended by RacingNews365 – at the Circuit de Monaco, ahead of last weekend's Monaco E-Prix.

The car will be introduced from the start of Season 11 (2024/25) and will see the sport through until it moves into the Gen 4 era in 2026/27. An incredible amount of work has gone into the new car, which is a clear upgrade from the current Gen3 machinery.

READ MORE: F1 smashed by Formula E following unveiling of new car

Jaguar become second manufacturer to commit to Formula E Gen4 era

Jaguar officially became the second powertrain manufacturer to commit to the Gen4 era of Formula E, keeping the company in the sport until at least 2030.

Nissan were the first manufacturer to confirm their commitment to Gen4 during the inaugural Tokyo E-Prix, whilst Jaguar made their announcement in a press conference last Friday ahead of this weekend's Monaco E-Prix.

READ MORE: Jaguar become second manufacturer to commit to Formula E Gen4 era

			© Simon Galloway / Formula E
	© Simon Galloway / Formula E

Rowland confirms multi-year Nissan contract

Oliver Rowland and Nissan confirmed to RacingNews365 that the deal he signed to return to the team for Season 10 was a multi-year contract rather than a one-year deal, meaning he will remain with the Japanese manufacturer next season.

The British driver originally departed Nissan at the conclusion of Season 7, to complete a move to Mahindra. He remained with the Indian manufacturer for 18 months, before departing them mid-season after last year's Monaco E-Prix.

READ MORE: Rowland confirms multi-year Nissan contract

Evans details 'relief' to finally secure long-awaited Monaco victory

Mitch Evans detailed the "relief" he felt after finally winning at the Circuit de Monaco, following a superb display in the Monaco E-Prix.

Having secured three consecutive podiums in Monaco, Evans headed into the eighth round of Formula E Season 10 as a favourite for victory. He was the quickest driver throughout the day and would have likely claimed pole, if not for an error in his semi-final duel.

READ MORE: Evans details 'relief' to finally secure long-awaited Monaco victory

			© Dom Romney / Formula E
	© Dom Romney / Formula E

Ben Sulayem hails 'nearly impossible' Formula E 'evolution'

FIA president Mohammed Ben Sulayem congratulated Formula E and its founder Alejandro Agag on completing a "nearly impossible" mission, following last Thursday evening's successful launch of the Gen3 Evo.

RacingNews365 were in attendance at the glamorous launch event of Formula E's new car which took place at the Car Collection of HSH Prince Rainier III. The Gen3 Evo is the fastest accelerating FIA single-seater, with it being capable of going from 0-60 mph in just 1.82s.

READ MORE: Ben Sulayem hails 'nearly impossible' Formula E 'evolution'

Ultimate team-player Cassidy hails Jaguar strategic execution

Nick Cassidy hailed how well Jaguar "executed" their strategy in the Monaco E-Prix, which resulted in the Coventry-based outfit securing their first one-two of Season 10.

Jaguar's one-two marked the first one-two finish of any team in 2024, with Cassidy having finished second behind team-mate Mitch Evans.

READ MORE: Ultimate team-player Cassidy hails Jaguar strategic execution

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