McLaren will be racing in an updated livery featuring bright neon pink flashes for the upcoming Formula 1 races in Singapore and Japan.

The redesigned car also features cyberpunk engine illustrations on the side of the car, giving the impression of being transparent at certain points.

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The McLaren retained its usual papaya orange color on the side pontoons, nose front fender and car halo.

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The changes will also affect the racing suits that riders Lando Norris and Daniel Ricciardo wore at both races.

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McLaren said in a press release: “The energetic design represents the emergence of new technologies in the region, while the vision of the future is inspired by the cityscapes of Singapore and Japan, where Formula 1 is returning for the first time since 2019.”

This livery will look especially impressive at the Singapore Grand Prix, which takes place under the light of lanterns on a street circuit that skirts the city’s Marina Bay.

The livery is a nod to the team’s “future mode” partnership with cryptocurrency exchange OKX.

McLaren has a habit of creating unique liveries inspired by teammates.

Last year he competed in the Monaco Grand Prix in a blue and orange livery as a tribute to Gulf.