Renault has become the third F1 team to unveil its 2017 challenger, with the RS17 launched in London today.
Renault’s tradition yellow colour remains as the predominant shade, with black being used as the secondary colour on the sidepods and the engine cover.
The RS17 will be powered by a radically overhauled engine with which Renault aims to bridge the gap to rivals Mercedes and Ferrari.
The Enstone-based outfit is also expected to make a major leap on the chassis side after a dismal 2016, the year in which it returned to F1 as a full-blown constructor.
The RS17 will be driven by incumbent Jolyon Palmer and Nico Hulkenberg, who has been poached from Force India.