Williams has unveiled the first images of the FW43B, revealing a fresh look ahead of its first-full season under owners Dorilton Capital.
The Grove-based outfit ran with a white livery in 2020 but has opted for a new colour scheme this year that celebrates its past success in the 1980s and 90s.
The front wing and nose is painted white and yellow, before incorporating shades of light and dark blue across the engine cover and a black rear wing.
It marks the ongoing changes behind the scenes at Williams following the decision to sell a majority stake to American firm Dorilton Capital last August and see the Williams family relinquish full control of the team.
A further shakeup of its management sees Simon Roberts take on the role as team principal on a full-time basis, while former Volkswagen chief Jost Capito has been appointed as CEO.
2009 Formula 1 world champion and former Williams driver Jenson Button has also joined the team as a special advisor.
Williams propped up the constructors’ standings for a third successive year in 2020, as it failed to register a single point for the first time in its history.
But it did show a vast improvement in its on-track performances, managing to reach Q2 on nine occasions having been over a second adrift of the competition in 2019.
The driver line-up remains unchanged with Mercedes junior George Russell and Nicholas Latifi hoping to further aid Williams’ progress in 2021.