Formula E is the future of motor-racing and now it looks like Auckland could host a round of the championship from as early as next year.
As Formula E prepares for a fifth season, Kiwis should prepare for a chance to get a first-hand look at the technology that will power our future.
Kiwi driver Mitch Evans let the secret slip as his team unveiled their new car for this season.
"There could be some good news coming in the next few months," he said.
"Hopefully a race in NZ, in Auckland, my home city, in season six. That would be amazing."
1 NEWS understands local organisers have made great progress in the area after previously expressing interest in hosting a round and discussions with Formula E have been positive.
Auckland Council's events arm ATEED says they’re aware of the bid but have yet to receive a proposal.
Evans says it’s great just knowing there’s an effort being made.
"I know there's a big team working to try and make it happen and get it down to the City of Sails."
The event has been held on the inner city streets of Hong Kong, Paris and New York.
Although the ongoing city rail link development in Auckland creates a major problem, it's understood a central location has been identified that would cause minimal disruption to public streets.
Such a solution exists because Formula E circuits are usually only a couple of kilometres long.