Ferrari has become the latest team to present its challenger for the 2023 Formula 1 season, the SF-23.
The car was unveiled during a ceremony at its Maranello base on Tuesday.
The SF-23 is due to run for the first time shortly, as part of a demonstration run, before undertaking a full shakedown on Wednesday.
Ferrari returned to front-running contention in 2022 with its F1-75 but ultimately fell away as the season progressed.
It took a season-best 12 pole positions but converted them into only four wins and failed to pick up a win after the summer break.
Mattia Binotto tendered his resignation and has since been replaced as Team Principal by former Alfa Romeo chief Frédéric Vasseur.
Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz will form Ferrari’s driver line-up for a third successive season.
Leclerc graduated to Ferrari in 2019 and last year claimed a career-best second in the championship, having fronted the standings for the first time in the early rounds of the campaign.
Sainz took a breakthrough maiden victory in Britain en route to fifth in the standings.
Both are contracted to Ferrari through the 2024 season.
Ex-Alfa Romeo racer Antonio Giovinazzi and tester Robert Shwartzman are set to share duties as Ferrari’s reserve driver.