When Renault announced the running order of its launch event, it promised mere "glimpses" of its new RS20 design, covering for the fact that the actual Formula 1 car was absent from the festivities. While infuriating, it was also a perfect metaphor for the team in many ways.
All that Renault has really shown on its return to F1 as a full-fat works team are glimpses; glimpses of potential that have as yet not been fulfilled, as its hopes of becoming a genuine contender for wins in 2019 ultimately came to nothing with an RS19 that flattered to deceive.
For a technical writer who likes to poke around the cars and offer suggestions as to what each part of the car might be doing, Renault's teaser images offer little. There's hints of a new design direction, a new paint scheme and the first look at Esteban Ocon's black-and-red lid peeking out of the cockpit, but there's little else to go on. That's probably how Renault wanted to play this, after all.