The former Marussia Formula 1 team will compete as Manor Racing in 2016.
The revived F1 squad raced as Manor Marussia last year, but has confirmed its rebrand with a new logo on Twitter.
Further details are promised on February 22, the first day of the opening pre-season test in Barcelona.
The outfit confirmed last Friday that its Mercedes-powered 2016 car had passed its final crash test, and that it had recruited ex-Ferrari designer Nikolas Tombazis as its new chief aerodynamicist.
Following its last-minute reprieve to make the grid, Manor Marussia failed to score a point last year with its outdated package, and former chiefs John Booth and Graeme Lowdon left at the end of the season.
Manor Racing remains the only team yet to confirm its drivers for the 2016 season.