NEOM McLaren has become the first team to share its livery for the upcoming Extreme E season.

The new anthracite and papaya look mirrors that of McLaren’s Formula E team with what McLaren is calling the “NEOM McLaren Electric Racing signature linework” and is being unveiled two days after the team showed its livery for the 2024 Formula 1 season.

“Throughout our time competing in Extreme E, we have continually evolved as a team, and this livery is a reflection of that,” said NEOM McLaren Extreme E Team sporting director Gary Paffett. “I can’t wait to see it race on a wide variety of terrains across the world in 2024.”

McLaren will field an all-new driver lineup for the 2024 Extreme E season after fielding Tanner Foust and Emma Gilmour for the last two seasons, along with Tamara Molinaro and Hedda Hosaas for the final two rounds of the 2023 season in place of Gilmour who sat out due to injury.

Last season McLaren finished eighth out of 10 teams, with a single podium finish in the second half of the Hydro X Prix in Scotland. The team finished the season with back-to-back final appearances in Chile, along with a maiden qualifying heat race win.

The 2024 Extreme E season begins on February 17-18 in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. The season will then return to Europe in mid-July, remaining in the continent for back-to-back events in Sardinia before heading to the United States for the first time for the finale in Phoenix, Ariz., on Nov. 23-24.