Formula E has announced the dates for its three-day pre-season test at the Circuit Ricardo Tormo in Valencia ahead of the 2018/19 season.
All 11 teams will bring their cars together for the first time from Tuesday 16 October to Friday 19 October, with the Thursday serving as a rest day with no on-track action.
It will be the second consecutive year Formula E has used the Valencua venue for its public testing after three years at Donington Park.
The new Gen2 cars will take to the track on the 1.9 mile-long National Circuit. As it was last year, a chicane will be added on the pit straight to give the circuit more of a street circuit feel, a lack of which being one of the biggest criticisms of the previous testing venue at Donington.
Each day will be split into two sessions, running from 9am-12pm and 2-5pm.
Fans will be able to attend testing on the Tuesday and Friday with no entry fee, but must register for entry beforehand.
A race simulation is expected to take place before the Gen2 car makes its race debut in Riyadh, Sauber Arabia on December 15 for the start of the 2018/19 season.
Details of the simulation are currently unknown, but it is expected to be similar to the two 25-lap simulation races completed during Donington testing prior to the inaugural Formula E race in Beijing in 2014.
It will be the first chance Virgin will get to test its car, following its split with DS and an Audi deal for customer supply expected to be announced. Mercedes affiliate HWA will also be shaking its car down for the first time as Venturi customers.
The nine manufacturer teams have already begun their private testing, of which they are allocated 15 days. Many teams have already completed multiple race distances during their private running to get to grips with the brake-by-wire systems which are new to Formula E for the upcoming season.