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Force India has adopted an eye-catching new livery for the 2015 Formula One season.
The team has dropped its signature white base, replacing it with a new black and silver livery.
However, the new colours were debuted on last year’s VJM07, with the VJM08 not set to be ready until the second round of pre-season testing in late February.
The VJM08 is set to be an evolution of its predecessor, with the biggest change being to the nose cone.
“The front of the car looks very different from what we had developed previously,” said Force India technical director Andrew Green.
“It is a redesign that involved a lot of work over the winter, as the new regulations caused a loss in terms of downforce and we’ve been working to claw back all that performance.
“The VJM08 will also feature several subtle changes, including modified sculpting of the sidepods and new cooling intakes.
“Underneath the skin there will be a completely new rear suspension layout with a new hydro-mechanical system replacing the original torsion springs.
“The VJM08 is expected to make its track testing debut in Barcelona next month with the VJM07 running at the first test in Jerez.”
Loving the new Spyker, I mean McLaren, I mean Force India. Seriously though, great livery. pic.twitter.com/XW3f0AyX4q
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