The Red Bull team has unveiled their challenger for the 2014 Formula One
Like last year's championship-winning car, the RB10 is powered by a Renault engine.
It is Red Bull Racing's first interpretation of the radical new technical regulations, but the car will evolve as the season progresses.
Speaking about the new technical regulations, Adrian Newey said: "The new engines are a big challenge. It's hugely complicated to install as a package. It's the biggest engine change, without doubt, since turbos disappeared in the late '80s. Obviously Renault are the main players there, it's just our job to install it in the neatest way we can."
Infiniti, which is affiliated with Renault through the Renault-Nissan alliance, is the outfit's title sponsor.