Ferrari has become the latest team to unveil its 2015 car after launching the SF15-T online.
Following build-up on a bespoke website for the new car, the SF15-T was revealed at midday CET. Similar to the previously launched cars, the most visible difference on the new Ferrari is an updated nose.
The car is a replacement for the disappointing F14-T, which became the first Ferrari not to win a race in a season since 1993, and technical director James Allison said the focus had been on rectifying the problems encountered with last year's chassis.
"Compared with last year where we clearly had an unacceptably large gap in our performance, we've tried to make sure that the weaknesses that we felt were particularly notable on the 14 car, were put right for the 15 car," Allison said.
The SF15-T will be the first Ferrari raced by Sebastian Vettel, with the four-time drivers' champion joining from Red Bull to replace Fernando Alonso. Kimi Raikkonen remains with the team, while Esteban Gutierrez and Jean-Eric Vergne have been added to the driver line-up.
Click here for the full gallery of the first photos of the SF15-T