Force India has taken covers off its 2017 F1 car in Silverstone, becoming the fourth team to showcase its latest offering.
The VJM10 marks Force India's 10th year in Formula 1. The Indian team, co-owned by liquor baron Vijay Mallya and Sahara conglomerate, made its debut in 2008.
Force India has retained its traditional livery, although grey is now prominently used in the rear part of the car.
The VJM10 will be driven by Sergio Perez and new-signing Esteban Ocon, who joins Force India after half-a-season with Manor last year.
The Silverstone-based outfit will be hopeful to build on its performances from 2016, when it finished fourth in the championship.
However, a major rule change - including fatter tyres - has the potential to shake-up the pecking order and favour the better-funded teams.