Red Bull Racing introduced their new 2018 F1 car in a temporary combination of black-blue-and-white camouflage combinations similiar to those in 2015 by releasing high resolution pictures of a real world car.
The new RB14 is third 2018 F1 car which has been shown to the public and stands out with its dark combination of colors that will not be used in tests or races this season. But Red Bull also became first team to show actual, real world images of their new F1 challenger as Haas and Williams showed only digital renders.
Red Bull will present their final visual identity ahead of the start of the pre-season testing on 26 February, but Aston Martin logos are more visible as they are now their title sponsor.
Unlike the previous season, Red Bull decided to introduce their new F1 car earlier to start the season on the right foot and will test it latter on Silverstone using their first filming day.
Red Bull will again use Renault’s power units, as well as Renault and McLaren, but they’ll still be branded as TAG Heuer while the future of Red Bull and Renault is in question after 2018.