The car pairs wild styling with an electric drivetrain based loosely on the hybrid system from the 919 LMP1 car.
Porsche's 99X electric racer was unveiled with the help of the internet in a streamed event on Twitch.
In it, the team's drivers were essentially controlled by the people watching the stream.
The car will have its first Formula E race in November.
The 99X has an all-electric drivetrain loosely based on the hybrid system from the 919 LMP1 car.
The 99X uses an 800-volt power system, much like the Taycan production EV.
Formula E mandates a spec chassis, but the drivetrain is open to the teams to figure out.
The rear end of the 99X is part fighter jet and part cartoon.
Because Formula E cars have relatively little in the way of horsepower, they rely on highly developed aerodynamics.
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