Pascal Wehrlein set the fastest time in final practice ahead of qualifying for the Bern E-Prix, edging ahead of Andre Lotterer in the 30-minute session.
The Mahindra Racing driver set a best time of a 1m 19.118s to set the fastest time of the session, with DS Techeetah's Lotterer emerging as the rookie's nearest challenger, only 0.076s adrift.
Jean-Eric Vergne, who set the pace in first practice, was third fastest only 0.080s behind Wehrlein to complete a 2-3 result for DS Techeetah who currently lead the Teams' Championship.
Oliver Rowland, for the second session in a row, emerged as the fastest Nissan e.dams driver by setting the fourth fastest time, trailing Wehrlein by only 0.088s while team-mate Sebastien Buemi ended the session down in 15th place, 0.667s slower than his Rowland.
Robin Frijns completed the top five for Envision Virgin Racing while Jaguar's Mitch Evans was sixth fastest, his fastest lap of the session getting disrupted by traffic in the form of Audi's Daniel Abt.
Jose Maria Lopez demonstrated impressive pace for GEOX Dragon, the Argentinian racer only 0.164s adrift of Wehrlein while Maximilian Gunther in the Penske EV-3 machine was 13th, setting the fastest time in Sector 1 before locking up into Turn 12 at the end of his fastest lap of the session.
HWA Racelab's Stoffel Vandoorne followed Lopez in eighth while Sam Bird was ninth in the second Envision Virgin car, the Briton taking to the escape road in the early stages of the session after locking p into Turn 9.
Edoardo Mortara completed the top 10 for Venturi with Alex Lynn, Antonio Felix da Costa, Gunther, team-mate Felipe Massa and Buemi completing the top 15.
Jerome d'Ambrosio failed to match Wehrlein's pace in the second Mahindra car, ending the session in 16th while Oliver Turvey was 17th as the lead NIO driver with Tom Dillmann in 20th, the pair split by the Audi pair of Abt and Lucas di Grassi.
Alexander Sims was 20th in the second BMW while Gary Paffett completed the field locking up into Turn 7 late in the session.
Qualifying for the inaugural Bern E-Prix will commence later today at 13:30 local time.