DS Techeetah (Champions 2018-19)
Jean-Eric Vergne (Drivers champion). The French former F1 driver is looking to win his third title in a row.
Antonio Felix da Costa (6th). Joins the team from Andretti this year.
Audi (Last season 2nd)
Daniel Abt (7th). Finished strongly last season.
Lucas Di Grassi (3rd). Winner of the first-ever FE race in 2014 - has won 10 E-Prix.
Envision Virgin (3rd)
Sam Bird (9th). 32-year-old Brit has raced with Virgin in every E-Prix.
Robin Frijns (4th). The Dutchman won the last race of last season and tipped as a major contender this season.
Nissan E.Dams (4th)
Sebastien Buemi (2nd). Switzerland's 2015-16 champion - his 10 wins are the most of any drivers in the electric format.
Oliver Rowland (10th). Had two podium finishes in 14 races last term.
Max Guenther (17th). The youngest driver on the grid - was very fast in pre-season testing. Drove for Dragon last season.
Alexander Sims (13th). 31-year-old Brit finished last season strongly with a fourth and second in the two races in New York.
Mahindra Racing (6th)
Jerome D’Ambrosio (11th). Belgian former Renault and Lotus F1 driver has been in Formula E from the start.
Pascal Wehrlein (12th): Former Sauber and Manor F1 driver is starting his second season in Formula E.
Panasonic Jaguar (7th)
Mitch Evans (5th). 25-year-old New Zealander mentored by F1 great Mark Webber won one race and was second in two last season.
James Calado (New driver): Brit who comes from the endurance circuit and won the Le Mans 24 Hour race in a Ferrari this year.
Felipe Massa (15th). Veteran Ferrari racer is 38 years old and the oldest driver on the grid.
Edoardo Mortara (14th). The 32-year-old Swiss won in Hong Kong but finished only twice in the next eight races.
Geox Dragon (10th)
Brendon Hartley (New driver). Has raced for Toro Rosso in Formula 1, but is a rookie in electric terms.
Nico Mueller (New driver). The 27-year-old Swiss has shown himself to be extremely fast in testing over the past two years.
Oliver Turvey (20th). Briton who is a veteran of 47 Formula E races but still seeking a first win.
Qing Hua Ma (New driver). China’s top electric driver - has form with Techeetah and Aguri.
Porsche (New team)
Andre Lotterer (8th): The young German driver moves over Techeetah with two seconds to his name last season.
Neel Jani (New driver). Has competed in the last 11 Le Mans 24-hour races with Porsche, winning in 2016. Two previous Formula E drives for Dragon.
Mercedes (New team)
Stoffel Vandoorne (16th). Ex F1 driver who once stood in for in for Fernando Alonso at McLaren.
Nyck De Vries (New driver): Dutch rookie driver for Mercedes who was on McLaren’s books until recently.