Toro Rosso has more aerodynamic potential with its 2019 vehicle as a result of its closer relationship with Red Bull this season, according to deputy technical director Jody Egginton.
The junior Red Bull squad finished ninth in the championship a year ago, ahead of only the struggling Williams outfit.
While Toro Rosso has changed both its drivers for the upcoming season, the line-up is not entirely new.
The blue, silver and red auto, whose unveiling came after Haas F1's livery launch last week, reflected new aerodynamic restrictions with a simpler front wing and barge-board arrangement.
Toro Rosso revealed their STR14 yesterday and are ready for winter testing to begin on February the 18th.
Toro Rosso has always had flashes of brilliance, but to deliver its potential it needs to be more consistent and understand better where it really is performance-wise.
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Kvyat, who spent a season as a Ferrari development driver previous year, said: "Let's just say it's great to be back and it proves you should never give up hope".
The Russian had initially been promoted from Toro Rosso to Red Bull for 2014 but was demoted back again after four races in 2016 in a swap with Max Verstappen before being dropped altogether 18 months later.
"We don't know exactly where we're going to be", he said. "I strongly believe he deserves another chance in Formula 1". I think we're looking good and I feel that everyone is motivated and focused.
Because it doesn't have to allocate resources to designing those parts, Toro Rosso has been able to delve into further detail in other areas than it was able to do in 2018 - its first year with Honda - when it was the Japanese manufacturer's sole partner. "I can see that, and it gives me confidence for the future". Every year, it was just each race, take it step by step, focus and race in that session - whatever it would be, practice, qualifying, the race.