Nissan will stay in Formula E until at least the end of 2026, the all-electric championship’s only Japanese manufacturer announced on Wednesday.
Formula E is due to introduce its next generation of more powerful and faster cars for its ninth season starting in 2022-23.
“We aim to design and build electric vehicles that transform the way communities connect and move, and inspire us all to work towards a sustainable society,” Nissan’s chief operating officer Ashwani Gupta said in a statement.
“For Nissan, Formula E helps us bring excitement, energy and the environment to the forefront as we deliver this vision of the future to an ever-growing, new, young and diverse audience.”
Nissan has said they intend to electrify all of their new vehicle offerings by the early 2030s.
Formula E started its 2021 season with two races in Saudi Arabia at the end of February.
Renault entered the inaugural Formula E championship before the team were re-branded Nissan in 2018, with Swiss driver Sebastien Buemi finishing as runner-up that season.
Citroen’s DS brand and India’s Mahindra have also committed until 2026.