Among the most decorated of race teams, in German squad ABT Sportsline - formally the outfit behind Audi's Formula E drive - welcomes Spanish automaker CUPRA on-board from Season 9.
Mahindra Racing are supplying the powertrain, with Robin Frijns and Nico Mueller behind the wheel.
American outfit Avalanche Andretti will be powered by Porsche from 2022/23 and ultra-experience German Andre Lotterer has made the jump from the factory Porsche team after a three-season spell to join Andretti alongside returning Jake Dennis - who's already into his third Formula E campaign.
Andretti powered to sixth in the Teams' table to round out the Gen3 era, with 27-year-old Brit Dennis sealing a stunning home win in London on the way to sixth in the Drivers' standings. The team sees the opportunity Gen3 brings, with a clean slate across the board and a new lighter, faster, more powerful race car to get the most out of. With the new powertrain partnership with Porsche - expectations are high and the livery's sharp.
DS Automobiles have partnered with PENSKE AUTOSPORT for 2022/23 and have signed two of the biggest names on the grid to steer them to glory; double champion Jean-Eric Vergne and reigning champion Stoffel Vandoorne. With credentials like those, they’ll definitely be ones to watch.
The French automaker is hoping its DS E-TENSE FE23, in that trademark black and gold livery, will keep the team at the sharp end of the grid. DS is looking to build on a highly successful Gen2 era, with a pair of Drivers' and Teams' titles to its name and benchmark records of 10 wins, 15 Julius Baer Pole Positions and a total of 28 podiums.
Nick Cassidy will be joined by one of Formula E's most experienced drivers in Sebastien Buemi for 2022/23 at Envision Racing The Swiss is a Formula E champion, with 29 podiums and 13 wins to his name - having competed in every one of eight seasons to-date in the world's leading electric racing series.
Cassidy himself signed off Gen2 in style with a hard-fought and memorable maiden victory on the streets of New York. He'll look to add to this, as well as four pole positions, as the 28-year-old heads into a third season with the team.
Jaguar TCS Racing
Legendary British marque Jaguar TCS Racing is the only team on the grid to field an unchanged driver line-up, with Mitch Evans and Sam Bird making their return.
Off the back of its highest points haul in Formula E to-date, the team is looking to go further still in Season 9 and Gen3 with its I-TYPE 6 - the storied motor racing marque's most advanced and efficient race car ever. It's opted for consistency in-car, as a result of its strong end to the Gen2 era, and a unique mirrored livery across its pair of cars in Season 9.
Mahindra Racing showed off its M9Electro ahead of testing in Valencia, as the Anglo-Indian outfit rounding out this season's livery unveils with a striking red and copper scheme.
The team signed 2016/17 champion Lucas di Grassi over the off-season to drive alongside the returning Oliver Rowland. Its powertrain is also set to underpin ABT Sportsline's return to Formula E alongside Spanish manufacturer CUPRA.
Maserati MSG Racing
Maserati marks its return to single seater competition for the first time in more than 60 years and is set to become the first Italian marque to compete in Formula E. Both outfits have cited Formula E as key to their EV development programmes, as an intense sporting laboratory to drive learnings from racetrack, ultimately to their road-going offerings.
The Trident launched in Italy a fortnight ago with its iconic colours adorning Maserati MSG Racing's new Tipo Folgore set to be driven by Edoardo Mortara and Maximilian Guenther.
McLaren enters the fold for Season 9 alongside the cream of the world’s EV manufacturers and race teams on the Formula E grid.
The legendary race team is among the greatest names in motorsport, with 20 Formula 1 World Championship titles, 180 Grand Prix wins and three Indianapolis 500 victories to its name, as well as a Le Mans 24 Hours win at the first attempt. Rene Rast, multiple DTM champion and fiery Formula E fighter will turn out in papaya alongside Jake Hughes, with the British brand expectant but not complacent in its search for maiden silverware in electric racing's top tier.
It's papaya for the Woking-based squad, obviously!
NIO 333 Racing
The team's turquoise stays, and in comes flashes of white and red - evoking NIO's Chinese roots - on blue and black.
Dan Ticktum will return alongside new signing Sergio Sette Camara for Season 9. The 23-year-old Brit scored points in Rome and will be looking to build in 2022/23, while Sette Camara has shown he is more than capable of getting the most out of what's underneath him after an impressive spell with DRAGON / PENSKE AUTOSPORT.
Nissan took the covers off its e-4ORCE 04 Gen3 car earlier this month, heralding in the fresh start with a cherry blossom inspired livery. The team also reintroduced its Season 9 driver line-up, with Norman Nato and Sacha Fenestraz set to partner for the Japanese outfit in 2022/23.
It's a new beginning for both team and championship - the Japanese squad competing under the Nissan name alone for the first time in Formula E after it acquired the e.dams operation earlier this year.
TAG Heuer Porsche
TAG Heuer Porsche's striking new 99X Electric is set to be piloted by Pascal Wehrlein and new teammate, Season 6 champion Antonio Felix da Costa who makes the move from DS ahead of Season 9.
The covers came off at the Porsche Experience Centre in Franciacorta, Italy, and its car retains the familiar red, black and white colour way that we've become accustomed to for Porsche in Formula E, but the new livery takes on a new design to match up to the angular lines of the Gen3.