As F1 prepares for a new era we round-up every teams' launch ahead of the 2014 season.
Caterham drove their new car straight out the pits and onto the track for winter testing in Jerez, although the understated launch certainly turned more than a few heads thanks to another eye-catching front nose.
Infiniti Red Bull Racing RB10
Taking the last four titles, all eyes were on Red Bull Racing when they revealed the RB10 in Jerez. Sebastian Vettel has a new team mate for the first time as a Red Bull Racing driver, as Daniel Ricciardo joins him from Toro Rosso.
Many expect Mercedes to be Red Bull's biggest challengers in 2014, and the team also chose to reveal their car in Jerez, just minutes before their on-track rivals. Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg remain at the team.
Force India VJM07
Force India revealed a striking new paint job as well as a striking new nose for 2014. Not only that, the Silverstone based team has a whole new driver line-up with Nico Hulkenberg partnering Sergio Perez.
Toro Rosso STR9
The STR9 will be driven by Jean Eric-Vergne and new recruit Daniil Kvyat, and is the first to be fully designed and built under the direction of Technical Director James Key. It’s also the first Toro Rosso to feature Renault power following the team’s switch from Ferrari engines.
An online reveal for Sauber showed another radical nose design to match the new regulations. Adrian Sutil joins Esteban Gutiérrez at the team for 2014.
Ferrari F14 T
Ferrari’s new Technical Director, James Allison was the man behind the radical design of the Ferrari F14 T. The team launched their new car online and will hope that their 2014 machine can help their new World Championship duo - Fernando Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen - challenge Red Bull Racing for the title.
McLaren Mercedes MP4-29
McLaren were the first team to officially launch their 2014 challenger ahead of a new era of Formula One. The Woking team launched their ‘eye-catching’ car at the McLaren Technology Centre with a new paint scheme and their new driver line-up of Jenson Button and rookie, Kevin Magnussen.