Fans all say the same thing as McLaren unveil colourful new ‘Future Mode’ livery and ‘cyberpunk’ Ricciardo and Norris

FORMULA ONE fans love the look of McLaren’s colourful new livery for the next two races.

The F1 giants unveiled their tweaked Future Mode car that will take to the tracks at the Singapore and Japanese Grands Prix as part of their deal with team sponsor OKX.

McLaren unveiled their new colourful Future Mode livery model
Fans praised McLaren for their new car ahead of the upcoming Grand Prix racesCredit: McLaren
McLaren will show off their new car in the Singapore and Japanese racesCredit: McLaren

The model will feature neon pink elements and cyberpunk-inspired engine illustrations alongside its traditional orange papaya colours.

Fans took to social media to express their amazement with the new car that will soon be driven by both Daniel Ricciardo and British star Lando Norris.

One F1 supporter tweeted: “Sexy.”

Another posted: “A car that only looks good, everything else in shambles!”

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A third wrote: “You can just taste the freshness.”

This fan said: “Best livery in this year.”

And that fan tweeted: “The only thing Mclaren could ace.”

McLaren CEO Zak Brown is excited to have this car race in the next two GPs as part of an initiative to “break boundaries”.

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Brown said: “We’re excited to celebrate our partnership with OKX through this bold and vibrant livery for the upcoming races in Asia.

“McLaren and OKX are united in driving ahead and constantly striving to break boundaries, and the Future Mode campaign is an opportunity to champion these values together on our global stage.

“It’s fantastic to be returning to race in Singapore and Japan, and these incredible circuits provide a fitting backdrop for us to celebrate our partnership vision together.”

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