Formula E has given fans the first glimpse of the car that will be used during the official unveiling on Tuesday.
The new Championship will make its debut next season and the Spark-Renault SRT_01E was revealed to the world on the opening day of the Frankfurt Motor Show with FIA President Jean Todt and Formula E Holdings CEO Alejandro Agag taking off the covers.
The SRT-01E, with a Dallara chassis made from carbon fibre and aluminium, is a fully-electric single-seater and was designed and built by Spark Racing Technology.
Some of Formula One's biggest names are also involved with McLaren Electronics Systems providing the electric motor, gearbox and electronics, and Williams Advanced Engineering responsible for the batteries and battery-management systems.
Tyre manufacturer Michelin, meanwhile, has promised a durable 18-inch compound that will cater for wet and dry conditions.
"The innovative technology deployed follows the best environmental practices, highlighting the potential of the Formula E championship to spark a revolution in the development of new electromobility systems, not just for motorsport, but also for everyday use," Todt said.
"This new Championship builds on the FIA's traditional role as a leading promoter of innovation, technology and performance in the automotive sector."
Agag added: "With Formula E being an open championship, the series gives manufacturers the opportunity to showcase their electrical energy innovations.
"Many leading manufacturers (at the Frankfurt Motor Show) are unveiling their new electric road cars, but not just one offs, full car ranges, demonstrating how times have changed and why the time is right to launch the new Formula E Championship."
The series is due to start in September 2014 and the cities of London, Berlin, Rome, Miami, Los Angeles, Rio de Janeiro, Buenos Aires, Beijing, Bangkok and Putrajaya will all host races.
There will be 10 teams and 20 drivers with each driver using two cars during the one-hour races.