McLaren have taken covers off the MCL32, with the Woking-based outfit adopting a orange, black and white livery.
The launch took place at the McLaren Technology Centre in the UK, in the presence of executive director Zak Brown, racing director Eric Boullier and Honda F1 chief Yusuke Hasegawa.
Following Ron Dennis’ departure from the company, McLaren has gone through a number of changes, with the team ditching its all-black colour scheme.
Papaya orange - first used under the Bruce McLaren days - makes a return, with black also extensively used on the car on the sidepods and the shark fin.
The MCL32 will be driven by Fernando Alonso and new-signing Stoffel Vandoorne, who made a one-off appearance at last year’s Bahrain Grand Prix.
McLaren and Honda enter the third year of their partnership, having reunited in 2014. The two companies dominated Formula 1 in late-80s and early 90-s before the Japanese manufacturer quit the sport.