The Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler team has been a regular front-runner in Formula E since winning the inaugural race back in Beijing 2014.
The technical relationship with Schaeffler has been the driving force behind the development of the powertrain, which took Lucas di Grassi to within a couple of points of the Season 2 championship and finally the title in Season 3. In Season 4, the Brazilian narrowly missed out on his second championship title after he finished second to Jean-Eric Vergne.
After the announcing the cessation of its World Endurance Championship programme in 2016, Audi stepped up its Formula E programme to become a full factory-backed works team in Season 4.
Di Grassi and team-mate Daniel Abt have been on board since the first season, with both drivers taking multiple podium finishes.
The Abt team has a long association with Audi, not just through motorsport but also through its Sportsline aftermarket tuning division.
Season 5 of the championship sees the introduction of the new Gen2 Audi e-tron FE05, with a total of four cars appearing on the grid after the German marque signed a partnership with British outfit Virgin Racing.
Formula E is the all-electric element in the Andretti Autosport stable of motorsport projects, which also includes championship-winning IndyCar and Rallycross programmes.
Andretti has taken more different drivers to the Formula E podium than any other team, but so far the top step has proved elusive.
Technical issues prevented the team from running its own powertrain in Season Two, but for Season Three its all-new ATEC-02 joined the series followed by the ATEC-03 for Season Four.
Andretti has secured a technical partnership with BMW, which will blossom into a full manufacturer programme in Season 5.
After teaming up with digital energy company Envision Group for Season 5, Envision Virgin Racing is one of two British teams (alongside Panasonic Jaguar Racing) in the ABB FIA Formula E Championship.
After being a close contender for the championship title in three out of four seasons, Sam Bird has been with the team since the inaugural season. After racing alongside fellow Brit Alex Lynn in Season 4, Bird teams up with familiar Formula E face Robin Frijns for Season 5.
Partnering with reigning champions Audi Sport, both drivers will pilot the new Gen2 Audi e-tron FE05 for the duration of the season after the team's two-season-long partnership with French manufacturer DS came to an end.
Geox Dragon was founded by Jay Penske and Steve Luczo, Chairman & CEO of Seagate Technologies in 2006. It competed in the IndyCar Series from 2007 until 2014.
The team has been a mainstay of the championship since the inaugural race in Beijing in 2014. After finishing Season 4 in 9th place, the team has retained Argentinian driver Jose Maria Lopez for Season 5.
After joining the ABB FIA Formula E Championship in Season 3, Panasonic Jaguar Racing head into its third season in the series with its new Gen2 Jaguar I-Type III.
With one of the richest histories in motorsport of any manufacturer, the British manufacturer revived its motorsport programme to showcase its range of electric cars.
In season four, the team signed the inaugural FIA Formula E Champion, Nelson Piquet Jr. to partner Mitch Evans, who remains at the team for a second season after his impressive Formula E debut. With no change set for Season 5, the works team will be looking to improve on its 6th place Season 4 finish.
Mahindra Racing has been a mainstay of Formula E since the inaugural championship, and in Season Three it finally scored its breakthrough maiden win.
Nick Heidfeld remained with the team for a second season, and the veteran of 183 F1 GPs was joined by exciting rookie Felix Rosenqvist, the 2015 F3 Euroseries Champion, who was victorious in Berlin.
Formula E is Mahindra’s first foray into international single-seater racing, but the brand had been running in 125cc/Moto3 world championship motorcycle racing since 2011.
Through its Reva division Mahindra is also a manufacturer of electric cars, and has stated its desire to showcase its EV technology through its Formula E exploits.
NIO Formula E Team is the evolution of the team that started off as Team China Racing and carried Nelson Piquet Jr to the inaugural drivers’ championship.
Piquet remained with the team for a third season, and was partnered by Oliver Turvey for a second straight campaign.
When the powertrain rules were opened up for Season Two, NIO Formula E Team (then called NextEV) opted for a twin motor solution. It decided to stick with this for Season Three, making it unique among the ten teams.
Alongside the NIO Formula E Team is road car brand by the same name. In 2016 it unveiled the EP9 all-electric supercar, which set a new lap record of the Nurburgring for a road car.
For Season 5 of the championship, Oliver Turvey remains with the team alongside Frenchman Tom Dillmann.
Season 5 sees Techeetah partner with French auto manufacturer DS to race as DS Techeetah with reigning champion Jean-Eric Vergne and Andre Lotterer completing the driver line up.
Season four saw the team take second place in the teams' championship, loosing out to Audi by just two points, while Jean-Eric Vergne claimed the drivers' championship title in an epic showdown in New York City. For season three and four, the team used powertrain from three-time champions Renault e.dams.
Techeetah first entered into the ABB FIA Formula E Championship in season three, after taking over the entry previously held by Team Aguri.
As well as racing in the ABB FIA Formula E Championship, Venturi is also an electric land-speed record-breaking constructor and electric vehicle manufacturer.
Based in Monaco, the team was founded by the Venturi Automobiles owner Gildo Pallanca Pastor and has been a part of the Championship since it's inaugural year in 2014.
In 2016 Venturi's VBB-3 'bullet car' set a new world record of 341 miles per hour on the salt flats in Utah, USA to become the world's fastest electric vehicle.
For Season 5, Felipe Massa joined the team alongside Swiss driver Edoardo Mortara.
After announcing its arrival into the ABB FIA Formula E Championship in October 2017, Nissan partnered with seasoned Formula E outfit e.dams (formally racing partner of French manufacturer Renault) to become Nissan e.dams.
With three out of four teams' championship titles to its name, e.dams continues its journey in the series with the Japanese manufacturer.
Racing for Nissan e.dams is Formula E veteran and former champion Sebastien Buemi alongside all-electric racing newcomer Alex Albon.
HWA RACELAB is the 11th and most recent arrival to the ABB FIA Formula E Championship. Despite making their debut in the fully-electric series, HWA AG is no stranger to the upper echelons of motorsport - renowned as the most successful outfit in DTM history.
HWA RACELAB unveiled its Gen2 car - supplied by Venturi Automobiles - and team structure at its new Affalterbach headquarters in Germany ahead of the first race of Season 5. DTM Championship winner Gary Paffett and ex-Formula One driver Stoffel Vandoorne make up the team's debut driver line up.