This is the Red Bull Racing RB13, the Austrian Formula 1 team’s entry for the upcoming race season and its thirteenth car since its first joined F1 in 2005.

Unlike McLaren-Honda’s reveal, the livery on the RB13 remains largely unchanged from the RB12 before it. Red Bull’s prominent animal decals continue to feature on the engine bay as well as the front nose.

As per 2017 regulations, the new car gets wider tyres and a new aerodynamic package, the latter of which includes a large fin atop the engine bay, reworked aero components near the side pods and an interesting-looking nose aero feature.

Power will come from a 1.6 litre turbocharged V6 engine that revs up to 15,000 rpm, which is capable of providing about 912 hp. An eight-speed gearbox sends power to the rear 13-inch wheels wrapped with Pirelli rubber.

Last year’s Malaysian Grand Prix winner and third place finisher in the World Drivers’ Championship, Daniel Ricciardo, will continue to offer his services in the RB13. He will be joined by Max Verstappen, the youngest Formula One Grand Prix winner in history (2016 Spanish Grand Prix).