Sporting a striking red livery, Nissan e.dams’ livery for the new season is Japanese kimono-themed. 

The 2021/22 Formula E season will be Nissan’s fourth campaign in the all-electric series after taking over the DAMS outfit from Renault.

Formula E veteran Sebastien Buemi remains with the team, while Maximilian Günther replaces Oliver Rowland.

“We want to be bolder than ever in this new Formula E racing season,” Tommaso Volpe, Nissan global motorsports director said. “Nissan is here not only to race and win, but to entertain the fans and showcase just how thrilling electric vehicles can be. 

“With our powerful new racing livery our cars will be unmissable on the track as we compete in this exciting global championship. We will also be activating our racing endeavours like never before this season with fresh and innovative activities such as our Nissan Brain to Performance program that aims to train our racing drivers’ brains to be even faster. We can’t wait to get Season 8 started.”

The team will be hoping to improve on its disappointing 10th in the teams’ standings this year.

Buemi and Günther will get their first taste of the new Nissan e.dams car next week when testing gets underway in Valencia.

“It’s great to be back with Nissan e.dams for our fourth season together, and I would like to warmly welcome Maximilian to the team,” Buemi added. “Maximilian brings good pace and some fresh approaches to racing, so I hope we can create a powerful combination based on the strong foundations and extensive experience we have at Nissan e.dams. 

“We aim to be competitive from the first race to the last. We’ve got work to do and the team is highly motivated.”

Günther concluded: “I’m really excited to go racing with such a historic and successful racing brand as Nissan. Formula E is extremely competitive and thrilling to race in, and I feel that with Seb as my teammate and the team behind me, together we can do great things. 

“In my first weeks with the team, I can see that there are big plans both on and off the track and I am looking forward to a busy and competitive season eight. The new race car looks stunning, and I can’t wait to drive it at full race pace at the Valencia test.”

The all-new Formula E season kicks off on January 28-29 in Diriyah, Saudi Arabia.