Designed and built to comply with this season’s heavily revised aerodynamic regulations, the RB13 features Renault’s latest power unit - badged TAG Heuer - and, like all its rivals, will be significantly faster than its 2016 predecessor.
The first obvious detail to note on the car - which will make its official track debut when pre-season testing begins at Spain's Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya on Monday - is the protruding hole in the tip of its nose.
Red Bull were the only team to beat Mercedes last year. Ricciardo and Verstappen won a race apiece, with the Australian and his Dutch team mate ultimately finishing third and fifth respectively in the driver standings.
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