Yes, F-E starts to get mature quickly now. Lots of big brands are entering the sport, including Porsche and Renault.
I really do hope they will get rid of the "road" tires and mount proper slicks. In addition to that the battery capacity has to increase, so they can outlast a complete race, without having to change cars, which is pathetic.
Also an increased max power output can really lift the competition and spectacle.
Last but not least, tracks need to be a lot wider, more interesting and with more runoff to allow more ballsy overtaking action.
For now, it seems that F-E is going in the right direction. It is more accessible and spectator friendly than F1.
And where F1 is doing a great job shooting themselves in the Foot with unattractive decisions and an impasse with new rules and regulations, Formula E gains momentum every new season.
Maybe Richard Branson was right with his predictions. F-E will overtake F1 in a few Years, he thinks. We will see