The Front Wing presented on the render is the same one utilised by the team late on last season bar the reduction of 75mm either side to fall inline with the new regulations.
The 6/7 tier designs we saw used by the teams in the last few seasons will continue as they all look for efficiency over a wider spectrum to which this image attests to. The use of the outer 'r' Cascade which integrates a flapped/winged section helps to airflow around the upper, outer quadrant on the front
As I've talked about here on the blog before, the multiple/split flap arrangement seen in these images is not only conducive to create front end downforce but also helps to create a deeply entwined Vortex along the Y250 region.
The rear floor of the car indicates that the team will run with tyre squirt slots ahead of the rear tyre, whilst an erant piece of floor seems to be targeting (perhaps a vortex) at the gap between the tyre and the diffusers edge.
Lastly the team are seemingly retaining their tyre wake slots in the leading edge of the rear wings endplates.
This article will be updated when fresh images are made available