Antonio Felix da Costa led the way in the final practice session ahead of qualifying for the penultimate race of the 2019/20 Formula E season.
The newly crowned champion – who sealed the title on Sunday night – topped the timesheets by 0.034s after producing a 1:15.653s lap for DS Techeetah.
The Portuguese racer spent the 30-minute session getting acquainted with the new version of the Tempelhof Circuit in Berlin, which sees a number of changes to the final sector for the third double-header of Formula E’s showdown.
Nyck de Vries emerged as da Costa’s nearest challenger over the practice window for Mercedes EQ as one of eight drivers that dipped below the 1:15 mark with 0.340s covering this small group.
Nissan e.dams’ Sebastien Buemi followed de Vries by only 0.065s while Lucas di Grassi took a firm fourth for Audi Sport Abt Schaeffler, 0.2s off the pace.
Stoffel Vandoorne completed the top five to back-up a strong showing for the Silver Arrows. The Belgian was trailed by Nico Muller, with an impressive run for the Swiss racer delivering GEOX Dragon with the sixth-fastest time.
Oliver Rowland in the second Nissan and Alex Lynn in the lead Mahindra took seventh and eighth while FP1 pacesetter Maximilian Guenther was ninth for BMW.
Neel Jani posted a competitive 1:16.133s lap to complete the top 10 for Porsche as team-mate Andre Lotterer followed in 11th, 0.003s down on the one-time World Endurance champion.