The first few screenshots from Codemasters' F1 2015, the first game in the series to be developed with current-gen tech in mind, haveon Facebook. The screens appear to be taken from some sort of internal project status report.
You can see a few of the graphical upgrades coming to the franchise, such as notably improved lighting and temporal anti aliasing. Basically everything that the lackluster and visually flatwas missing.
According to the fragments of text captured along with the images, F1 2015 will ship with the full, as well as a selection of hybrid 2015 cars. Those will be replaced in a title update when the full details of next season's cars are announced.
Codemasters clearly still has some work to do. "The ongoing quest for 60fps continues," reads the document. On PS4 the game's apparently hitting around 45-55fps, but there is still plenty of optimisation left to do.
We'll keep an eye out for any response from Codemasters, who as yet haven't responded to the leak. The studio's once-acclaimed franchise certainly needs a bit of a freshen up after the rather mixed reaction to F1 2014.