Williams have become the sixth team to reveal their brand-new Formula 1 car for 2022, unveiling the FW44 via an online launch event on Tuesday.
Race drivers Nicholas Latifi and Alex Albon were on hand to show off the new-look car, which features a bold livery for the start of F1's new era.
The livery, featuring a contrasting diamond shape and flashes of red and blue, "embodies the exciting new era of the Williams brand", according to the team.
Along with sidepod logos for Dorilton Ventures, the US investment company that own Williams F1 team, a new sponsorship deal was also revealed with battery manufacturer Duracell.
Overseen by Technical Director FX Demaison, the new Williams is the first designed by the historic team to comply with the sport's overhauled technical regulations.
FW44 to hit the track at Silverstone
Williams are carrying out a shakedown with the FW44 at Silverstone on Tuesday, with both Alex Albon and Nicholas Latifi getting a chance to drive.
Williams will then decamp to Barcelona for the first of the pre-season tests, with the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya hosting three days of track time between 23-25 February.
Video: Williams present their new F1 car!
Check out Williams' new F1 challenger, the FW44, which was presented to the world during a special launch ceremony.