McLaren will run a more aggressive version of the Formula 1 T-wing concept at the Chinese Grand Prix, ahead of further updates coming to its car later in the weekend.
Although the Woking-based team is braced for a particularly tough weekend at Shanghai, with the circuit's long straight to set to expose Honda's horsepower deficit, the team is not holding back in trying to improve its chassis.
A new rear wing is set to be trialled by Fernando Alonso on Saturday, while the team's MCL32 was spotted with a version of its T-wing at the track on Thursday.
The design of McLaren's T-wing is a departure from the ones that have been run by other teams including Mercedes, Ferrari, Williams and Haas.
Rather than being straight, the concept features rounded edges, giving it a noticeably different shape.