The Toyota team on Thurdsday unveiled their new car for the 2008 season, hoping it will help them take a big step forward after a disappointing 2007.
The Japanese squad, with one of the biggest budgets in Formula One, scored just 13 points last year, finishing in a disappointing sixth position with a couple of sixth places as their best result.
This year the team are hoping to take a significant step forward with the TF108, unveiled in Germany today.
"We have to perform significantly better than in 2007," said team president John Howett in this week's Autosport magazine.
"I believe we have the same level of hardware and resources as the top teams, we simply need to keep pushing to improve the total package."
The TF108, which incorporates a McLaren-style bridge wing, will be raced by Jarno Trulli and Timo Glock, joining the team after taking the GP2 crown last year.
Toyota's new car will make its track debut at the Jerez circuit next Sunday.