The Haas Formula 1 team will wait until the morning of the first pre-season test at Barcelona next month to unveil its new car.
Although the American outfit was the first to pass the mandatory 2016 crash tests, it has elected to join a number of other outfits in holding back revealing its new challenger until shortly before testing begins.
The Ferrari-powered car, which will be driven by Romain Grosjean and Esteban Gutierrez, will be rolled out in the Barcelona pit lane on the morning of February 22.
Haas has not given any hints yet about its colour scheme for 2016, but did release a corporate rendering last week to highlight its F1 activity featuring a silver-and-black livery (pictured above).
Although testing is starting later than normal this year, F1 teams are continuing their traditions of moving away from the separate launch events that used to take place.
Instead, for technical reasons, to keep their designs secret for longer and for expenditure reasons, teams prefer to either unveil cars online or wait until the Barcelona test.
2016 F1 car launch dates:
|February 17 (livery)|
|February 3 (team launch)|