Formula E vs Formula 1: what are the differences?

The chief difference between Formula E vs Formula 1 is that Formula E is an all-electric racing series while Formula 1 showcases hybrid racers with internal combustion engines powered by fossil fuels. Formula 1 had its inaugural season in 1950, while Formula E made its debut in 2014.



Are Formula 1 cars faster than Formula E cars?


Yes, Formula 1 cars are faster — although thanks to constant technological innovation, Formula E cars are making big strides. A comparison between Formula E vs F1 speeds shows that the latest generation all-electric racers have maximum speeds of 280 km/h, against a top speed of over 300 km/h for their traditional counterparts. Another way to compare Formula E vs F1 cars is in their rate of acceleration: the first can go from 0-100 km/h in 2.8 seconds while the second can from 0-100 km/h in approximately 2.6 seconds.



Will Formula E replace Formula 1?


Formula E is not intended to rival Formula 1. Rather, its founding mission is to accelerate the transition to zero emissions mobility by testing new technologies on the race track before rolling them out for public use. Formula E partners with the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) to spotlight the benefits of the global shift to e-mobility. This fits in with the Enel X commitment to a better, cleaner future for all.

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