McLaren has revealed the Honda-powered MCL32 Formula 1 car that it will race during the 2017 season.

An-all new black, orange and white livery was revealed during a presentation at the McLaren Technology Centre.

The change in livery follows the departure of long-time chief Ron Dennis at the end of last year and as part of a freshening up of its brand image by new executive director Zak Brown.

“I think it’s a beautiful piece of art,” Brown said. “We went through a variety of designs and ultimately this was in response to fans – we had so much outreach from fans saying ‘we want to have some orange’.

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