could this 'simply' be last year's toro rosso that has the honda engine mounted to it and some parts tested?
or is it really the shakedown of the 2018 toro rosso?
if so, Renault and Toro Rosso have the most 'unchanged' cars.
It's not said that the extreme modifications we saw in the Williams, Alfa and Haas will actually work,
but if we were to base solely on exterior thoughts then Renault and Toro Rosso might be fighting in the back.
but, it's not as simple as that so will have to see.
anyway, looks extreeeeeemely similar to 2017 toro rosso,
with the exception of a little 'turn' on the sidepod vanes (the rest of it is 1 on 1 the same, including sidepods) and the actual nosecone itself (which is as simple as click-on-click-off) and the airbox, but even that is more bodywork as the actual 'rollbar' for 2017 was inside the airbox anyway. front wing is also the same. halo is the same.