Nothing else in motorsport looks like a current Formula E car. When the Gen2 machine was unveiled in 2018 - complete with an enormous diffuser, covered front wheels and an X-wing at the rear - it gave the championship an appearance as standout as its electric-only running gear. It wasn't trying to ape Formula 1 or any other series.
Two years on, FE has revealed a mid-life facelift that will land for the 2020-21 season. Curiously, the Gen2 EVO bodykit now employs design characteristics borrowed from across the single-seater map. There's a move to a more conventional front wing design, the introduction of a Super Formula-like shark-fin on the rear deck, and the front arches have now been ditched in favour of a more traditional open-wheel appearance.
But this doesn't point to FE changing tack amid some sort of identity crisis.