The idea of the first all-electric street racing series first emerged in 2011, promoted by FIA President Jean Todt and Spanish businessman Alejandro Agag. QEV Technologies was involved in the series from very beginning. In the first season (2014/15) we managed the Next EV team and we won the championship with Nelson Pique. From next season we started a long-term collaboration with Mahindra racing. Every season we keep pushing to develop the high-end technology and to motivate the team to raise the bar. From season 6 we got involved with NIO 333 team and even hold a stake in it. FIA approved QEV Technologies to develop the “arrive and drive” concept of the new FIA Junior eRX Championship which begins in 2021. So far 4 seasons have been signed, there will be 20 cars competing and 6 European rounds. All cars will be developed and serviced by QEV with as a 4 wheel drive with 32kWh battery and 250kW output power.
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Joan is a mechanical engineer with a racing spirit. His first racing project was at university where he created a solar-powered electric car that raced across salt lakes in Australia. During his career he has been involved in many different championships including WRC, GP2, Le Mans and Formula One. He has led development of 11 different vehicles, and powertrains for many more. Besides being COO of QEV Technologies, he is the Team Manager of Mahindra racing and motivates the whole team to achieve the best results.

“Racing evokes innovation in my mind. I’m always pushing the limits and motivating the team to do the same.”


Toni is a famous Spanish racing engineer who started his carrier winning with Fernando Alonso in the Fortuna Open championship in 1999. After that, he led a very successful career at SEAT Sport, followed by the Super Aguri F1, BMW F1, HRT F1 team. Lastly, he was a Chief Racing Engineer at Ferrari before joining QEV Tech as Chief Engineer.

“The best feeling is the relief after winning and knowing that finally we didn’t make any mistakes and we made it.”