TE Connectivity looks back on a season of innovation and excitement in all-electric auto racing.
Season 4 of the world’s premier electric auto racing championship series is over, but Season 5 — and an all-new car — is just around the bend. On Sunday, the TECHEETAH team and driver Jean-Éric Vergne took the championship in a nail-biting tour of New York City in the rain. This marks the last race for the familiar Spark-designed Formula E machine. The next season of Formula E racing will debut the Gen-2 car, which features a Halo cockpit and styling as future-cool as the technology that powers it. Connector companies and distributors including TE Connectivity, TTI, Molex, LEMO, Würth Elektronik, and Mouser have played an important role in the development of this sport. We talked to