On October 1st this year, Japanese car manufacturer Honda released the first image of its Formula 1 power unit that will power the McLaren F1 team starting from the 2015 season.
In a statement that went with the image reveal, Honda also announced that it would make available a short video clip of the new F1 power unit being tested after the conclusion of the Japanese Grand Prix.
True to its word, the company that first entered F1 in 1964 - just a year after its first production automobile went on sale - released a short video that counted the total number of laps completed by Honda powered F1 cars before revealing a power unit being run through a simulation of the Suzuka circuit.
Honda released the three minute video on its official website that also includes a section that explains how the new-for-2014 F1 power units work along with illustrations and animations.
Honda will be making its F1 comeback with McLaren, rekindling not just memories of its previous successful involvement with the team but also kicking off rumors of the team's future driver line up.
With Sebastian Vettel quitting Red Bull Racing at the end of this season, it has been speculated that the German will land up at Ferrari, forcing Fernando Alonso to become a McLaren driver from next year.
The potential of the Honda power unit is said to be one of the factors that is luring the former double world champion to McLaren.