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|Here it is, proof-positive that racing in all-electric vehicles is a formula for pure thrills. The Renault Spark SRT_01E, making its world debut here in Forza Motorsport 5, represents the first generation of the next generation of Formula E racing cars. The monocoque chassis is built by Dallara and meets FIA safety standards. The aerodynamics contribute to both downforce for cornering traction and reduced drag for overtaking. The 200-kilowatt batteries produce the equivalent of 270 brake horsepower. Grand Prix winner Jarno Trulli said that being in the cockpit "feels like driving a proper Formula One car." What will it sound like though? Different? Yes. Astounding and awesome? Undoubtedly. When you get an earful of the Formula E cars tearing up the track, you might think you have been transported to Tatooine to take in the pod races. It’s an astounding sound for an astounding race car.|
— Official description 
The SRT_01E was designed for the inaugural season of Formula E in 2014. The car is a result of a 10-month collaboration between Spark Racing Technology, McLaren Electronic Systems, Williams Advanced Engineering, Dallara, and Renault.
It features a McLaren Electronic Technologies-built electric motor with a maximum power output of 268 hp (200 kW) combined with 111 ft·lb (150 N·m) of instant torque. The electric motor was derived from the McLaren P1 road-going hypercar.
The Formula E SRT_01E is a fully electric race car equipped with a five-speed sequential transmission with paddle shifters. Despite this, it doesn't have seamless acceleration due to its gearbox, but can manage a quick 0-60 mph (97 km/h) time of 3.2 seconds. The SRT_01E also has superb handling through corners, a trait inherited from Formula One race cars. Another typical race car performance trait the SRT_01E carries is decent braking performance; it needs at least 211 ft (64 m) to brake to a stop from 100 mph (161 km/h). The SRT_01E, on the other hand, has a low top speed of only 140 mph (225 km/h).
The SRT_01E appears as the 2014 model in Forza Motorsport 5 with only one variant, in Forza Motorsport 6 as the 2015 model with ten variants and in Forza Motorsport 7 as the 2017 model with only the Panasonic variant.
- 2014 Renault Spark SRT_01E
- 2015 Formula E #2 Virgin Racing VIR 01E
- 2015 Formula E #6 Dragon Racing Spark SRT_01E
- 2015 Formula E #9 e.dams-Renault Spark SRT_01E
- 2015 Formula E #10 Trulli Spark SRT_01E
- 2015 Formula E #11 ABT FE 01
- 2015 Formula E #21 Mahindra M2Electro
- 2015 Formula E #23 Venturi 1
- 2015 Formula E #27 Andretti Formula E Spark SRT_01E
- 2015 Formula E #55 Amlin Aguri Spark SRT_01E
- 2015 Formula E #99 NextEV TCR FE01
- 2017 Formula E #47 Panasonic
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