Nissan's Formula E team unveils a Japan-inspired livery in Yokohama for season six of all electric street racing championship.

Nissan's Formula E car will don a new, Japan-inspired look as it returns for another season of the electric street racing series to demonstrate the power and performance of the company's EV technology.

Nissan unveiled the new race car livery in Yokohama, ahead of season six of the ABB FIA Formula E Championship series. The red, black and white design is inspired by the Japanese kimono garment, a traditional symbol of longevity and good fortune. It will also be featured on the Nissan Leaf NISMO RC, the dual electric-motor performance vehicle based on the Nissan Leaf electric car.

Season six of Formula E will kick off next month in Saudi Arabia. 14 races will be held in 12 cities, with the final double-header round taking place in London. New venues this season include Seoul, Jakarta, and the London circuit, which runs inside the Excel London exhibition centre.