Mercedes F1 W07 Hybrid
The F1 W07 Hybrid - the car with which Mercedes will defend their drivers' and constructors' championship double in 2016 - features a number of 'mini revolutions' over its all-conquering predecessor, according to the Silver Arrows.
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For the first time in more than two decades, Ferrari have opted for a red and white livery. But more than that, their new car is, they say, "very, very ambitious" with new concepts or improvements in almost every area of the car.
Williams are confident that the FW38 represents a significant step forward, but will it return the former world champions - who have kept the same driver line-up for a third straight year - back to the top of the podium?
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Red Bull Racing-Tag Heuer RB12
Red Bull have a new livery for 2016 - and new hope too, though team boss Christian Horner has warned that they will struggle to hit peak form until the second half of the year.
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Force India-Mercedes VJM09
Force India enjoyed their best season under Vijay Mallya's stewardship in 2015, and with the stability of the regulations it's more about evolution than revolution for the Silverstone-based team this year.
READ MORE - Force India’s VJM09 begins testing in Spain
Having completed a takeover of Lotus late last year, Renault were the first team to show their (new) colours in 2016. The question is, will their all-new driver line-up and under-fire power unit deliver?
Toro Rosso-Ferrari STR11
It's been a winter of change for Toro Rosso, who'll use older-spec Ferrari power units in 2016 rather than the Renault ones they'd used previously. The team debuted in a interim livery in Barcelona.
READ MORE - Toro Rosso STR11 hits the track in Spain
After a troubled first year for the rekindled McLaren-Honda partnership, the Woking team have returned with an innovative new car for 2016, though Ron Dennis has declined to predict when the team might win again...
Manor have described their new MRT05 challenger as 'the best car we've ever launched' with technical director John McQuilliam going so far as to say there's not a single part they'd have designed differently.
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The first American team in F1 racing for 30years have made it their mission to score points in their debut season - and in the Ferrari-powered VF-16 they believe they have the car to do it.
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Sauber are being circumspect in their stated ambitions for the C35, with establishing themselves in the midlfield being their first target for 2016 after they trailed nearest rivals Toro Rosso by quite some margin last season.
READ MORE - Sauber unveil their 2016 car, the C35-Ferrari