The car Fernando Alonso will drive at the Indianapolis 500 was revealed by McLaren-Honda-Andretti on Wednesday.
Two-time Formula One champion Alonso will skip the Monaco Grand Prix in order to participate in IndyCar's most prestigious event on May 28.
The Spaniard, looking to win the second leg of motorsport's unofficial 'Triple Crown' - the Monaco GP, Indy 500 and Le Mans - will drive the only entry from McLaren, the team returning to the Indy 500 after a 38-year absence.
McLaren reverted to an orange F1 livery for 2017 and it is a theme they have continued with for their IndyCar entry.
Alonso will test the car at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway on Wednesday.