Mercedes F1 W08 EQ Power+
The F1 W08 EQ Power+ - the car with which Mercedes will defend their drivers' and constructors' championship double in 2017 - debuted with a number of interesting aero developments, among them a delicate looking T-wing.
Ferrari finished a disappointing third in the 2016 standings, but with the SF70H they hope to take the fight to Mercedes and Red Bull once more. The Italian team have also promised definite progress with their power unit.
READ MORE - Ferrari launch the SF70H
Williams are confident that the FW40 - named in honour of the team's 40th year of F1 racing - represents a significant step forward, but will it return the former world champions back to the top of the podium?
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Red Bull Racing-Tag Heuer RB13
As soon as the RB13 was unveiled, the immediate talking point was the unusual looking hole at the end of its nose. Have Adrian Newey and his design team found a loophole not spotted by others in the much-revised regulations?
READ MORE - Red Bull reveal the RB13
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Force India-Mercedes VJM10
Force India enjoyed their best season to date in 2016, and the Silverstone-based squad are determined to maintain that momentum this year, as Sergio Perez is joined by new team mate Esteban Ocon.
READ MORE - Force India reveal their 2017 car
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VIDEO - Force India aim high with 'exciting' new car
The R.S.17 is the first car conceived and built entirely by Renault since their F1 return as a works team. After 2016's season of transition, the French squad are aiming for a big improvement on the ninth place they achieved last year.
READ MORE - Renault target fifth place with launch of the R.S.17
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VIDEO - Renault on their all-new R.S.17
Toro Rosso-Renault STR12
Hampered by old-spec Ferrari power units last season, Toro Rosso move to Renault engines for 2017, falling in line with sister team Red Bull. More obvious to the eye is the STR13's bold and bright new livery.
After some key management changes over the winter there is an air of renewed optimism at McLaren for 2017. This is reflected in the move to a striking orange livery for the MCL32, a colour long associated with the team, but not actually raced by them since 1971.
Newcomers Haas dramatically exceeded expectations in their debut campaign last year, humbling the likes of Renault and Sauber. It will be a tough act to follow - but in the Ferrari-powered VF-17 they believe they have the car to do it.
READ MORE - Wraps come off 2017 challenger from Haas
After scoring a meagre two points in 2016, surely the only way is up for Sauber this season, their 25th in F1 racing. The team are not making any wild claims about the C36, but under new ownership the Swiss squad appear quietly confident.