- Dec 28, 2021 7:18 pm GMT
“We will, of course, invite the OEMs and the manufacturers that are with us now.
“But we will also expand the group to invite all the manufacturers to brainstorm with a very open mind about how Gen4 should look.
“There, everything is open. Anything could happen.”
As part of this open approach, Formula E will consider adopting hydrogen fuel cell technology to power the electric motors.
Agag continued: “Hydrogen is within the licence of Formula E with the FIA [a supposed exclusive 25-year rights deal to electric-only single-seater racing].
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