Force India: Podiums the target as wraps come off 2015 challenger
Force India are aiming to score "a few" podium finishes in 2015, according to boss Vijay Mallya.
The midfield team narrowly lost out to McLaren in a fight for fifth in the constructors' championship last season and took only one podium.
Force India retain Mexican Sergio Perez and German Nico Hulkenberg as drivers.
Mallya said: "We have two exceptional drivers who will hopefully steer the challenger to the front of the grid and a few podiums during the year."
Force India launched a new predominantly silver and black livery at a presentation in Mexico City on Wednesday.
The team's 2015 car will not run until the second pre-season test, in Barcelona from 19-22 February, but they will use a modified 2014 car for the first in Jerez on 1-4 February.
The team are hoping to benefit from a new deal to use the highly-rated former Toyota F1 wind tunnel - a key aerodynamic design tool in the sport.