Fluorescent Porsche 99X Electric Formula E Race Car

Last month, a couple of days before Porsche Formula E in Tokyo, Porsche and TAG Heuer revealed the new design of the Porsche 99X Electric race cars at an event at Terrada Warehouse. The two Formula E cars are piloted by Pascal Wehrlein and António Félix da Costa and the Tokyo E-Prix was held on March 30.

Fluorescent Porsche 99X Electric Formula E Race Car

The super cool, eye-catching fluorescent livery pays homage to Tokyo’s iconic neon-lit nights, Japanese street art, and car culture, symbolizing the dynamic and futuristic spirit of Formula E. Alongside this, TAG Heuer unveils a new Connected watch face in the vibrant pink of the car’s livery and a dual-color customization option, echoing the excitement of the races.

This move celebrates the long-standing partnership between Porsche and TAG Heuer and their shared commitment to innovation in the world of motorsport, marking a significant moment as Formula E races in Tokyo for the first time.

Unfortunately, though, neither Pascal Wehrlein nor António Félix da Costa made the podium. António narrowly missed the podium placing fourth while Pascal was right behind in fifth position. However, Pascal led the Drivers Standings, placing 1st on March 30th after 5 races, with 63 points.

Meanwhile, TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team was second on the Teams Standings.

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So, why am I telling you this? Oh, nothing much. Just that I thought the electric pink Formula E car was hot as hell and that is enough of a reason to tell you all about it. Plus, I think this new Formula E race car design looks ridiculously cool. 

Fluorescent Porsche 99X Electric Formula E Race Car
Fluorescent Porsche 99X Electric Formula E Race Car
Fluorescent Porsche 99X Electric Formula E Race Car
Fluorescent Porsche 99X Electric Formula E Race Car
Fluorescent Porsche 99X Electric Formula E Race Car
Fluorescent Porsche 99X Electric Formula E Race Car

Images: Porsche.