Over a rushed few days at Jerez, the majority of the 2014 Formula 1 grid was unveiled and seen on track for the first time.
It was immediately clear that not only do the cars look very different to what fans have been used to, but they also look very different to each other, giving F1 some refreshing variation.
Even common concepts such as the anteater nose are interpreted differently, and cars with the same engines are exploiting very different sidepod designs.
AUTOSPORT has already run in-depth technical analysis features on the potential title contenders seen so far. Now here's a rundown of the midfield creations.