Richard Mille has been involved in Formula E since the creation of the first championship in September 2014 together with the Renault E.Dams team, three times Formula E teams' champions (2015-2016-2017), now named Nissan E.Dams. Sebastien Buemi and Oliver Rowland helped pilot the team's new 'kimono-inspired' car for 2019/20, following on with an impressive run of results to allow Nissan e.dams to fire ever higher up the podium helping Formula E move into the new FIA World Championship era.
As a new discipline, Formula E also needed also needed one of the most respected voices in Motor Racing to champion the cause. Who better than FIA President, Jean Todt ? The brand’s watches are characterized by the same desire to apply innovation in the pursuit of extreme performance.
Faced with environmental challenges nowadays at the top of everyone’s minds, Formula E is founded on three core values: energy, environment and performance. The championship provides car manufacturers and constructors alike with the opportunity to showcase their innovations in the field of electrical energy, thus providing the perfect framework for developing new technologies for cars everyone will be driving tomorrow.
Nissan made its debut in season five of the all-electric ABB FIA Formula E street racing championship in December, 2018, contesting 13 races in 12 major cities across the globe. Nissan competed with the new ‘Gen 2’ Formula E car bringing more power, more range and more excitement to the innovative championship.
The collaboration with this ground-braking Championship associates the brand with what is quite simply the major challenge of today’s world, making sure the planet is cleaner. Not only does Nissan E.Dams push technology into a new dimension, it provides hope and solutions for the transport needs of each and every one of us.