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.
The McLaren retained its usual papaya orange color on the side pontoons, nose front fender and car halo.
The changes will also affect the racing suits that riders Lando Norris and Daniel Ricciardo wore at both races.
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.