Renault will unveil its definitive 2016 Formula 1 livery at an event in Melbourne on the eve of the Australian Grand Prix.
The French car manufacturer has run in a black-and-yellow paint scheme throughout testing, but at the team launch in February suggested it could change it colours for its full-time return to F1.
Now, that team has confirmed that an event will be held in Melbourne on March 16 – the Wednesday before the season-opener – to show off its final livery.
As a teaser to the event, the team asked: "Black? Blue? Yellow? Red? Striped."
Renault's traditional corporate colours for its F1 team has been yellow, black and white, and it is unclear if it will shift away from this for the new campaign.