Honda's F1 engine branding is set to change from this weekend's French Grand Prix onwards.
The engine manufacturer, who are officially pulling out of F1 at the end of this season, have changed the name of their engines to 'Honda e:Technology'.
Both Red Bull and AlphaTauri will have updated logos on their engine covers to reflect the new Honda branding, which comes at the same race that Honda are set to bring along an updated new specification engine for both teams.
'Honda e:Technology' refers to Honda's electrification technology, used across their range with motorcycles, cars and power products.
The same technology is also used in the Honda F1 engine's components, like the MGU-K and MGU-H.
This is similar to Alpine's factory engine branding, with the Renault engine known as a 'Renault E-Tech'.