Red Bull will reveal its new Formula 1 livery in the week before the first pre-season test, although its new car is not expected to break cover until it is run in Barcelona.
With the loss of title sponsor Infiniti, and the arrival of TAG Heuer as sponsor and engine naming partner, the Milton Keynes-based team will be running in slightly revised colours in 2016.
Max Verstappen ran with TAG Heuer branding on a Red Bull show car during a promotional event last week, but the definite final livery will only be unveiled at an event in London on February 17.
The decision to reveal the car means it is almost certain that Red Bull will not repeat its stunt from last year, when it ran in a special black and white testing livery.
Red Bull has not yet confirmed when its car will be officially launched, although it has recently done so on the morning of testing with a simple roll-out in the pitlane.
The first pre-season test takes place at Barcelona in Spain from February 22.
2016 F1 car launch dates
|February 17 (livery)|
|February 3 (team launch)|