It's packed with new tech that should make the race safer for drivers while also making it more exciting for spectators.
The major safety update comes by way of the "halo" -- a structure that surrounds the upper half of the cockpit.
This bit of safety tech also has the unwelcome side effect of making cars look like flip-flops.
This new car has twice the energy capacity, which doubles its range, which means midrace swaps are a thing of the past.
The FIA also claims that new benefits in motor tech will give the cars a bit more speed, too.
Specifications will be sent to individual teams, which will outfit each car with a power train designed in-house.
This body will stay in use for the next three race seasons.
It's a good look that further differentiates it from other open-wheel race cars, like Formula 1 and IndyCar.
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