Mercedes' new Formula 1 car will run for the first time on February 13 ahead of the start of official testing for the 2019 season.
The new W10, the 10th contemporary Formula 1 car built by the German manufacturer, will take to the track for a shakedown run five days ahead of the start of testing in Spain.
Mercedes will complete the run at Silverstone, which it has usually used for the shakedowns of its new cars.
The shakedown will be a closed event, not accessible to media or the public, but the team will reveal images of the car.
Mercedes' run will coincide with the season launch of the Racing Point team, which will also unveil its new look on that day.
Mercedes has won both the drivers' and constructors' championships for the last five years, with Lewis Hamilton becoming the third driver to win at least five titles alongside Juan Manuel Fangio and Michael Schumacher.
Official pre-season testing kicks off on February 18 in Barcelona.
F1's key pre-season dates so far
February 11 Toro Rosso launch
February 12 Renault launch
February 13 Mercedes shakedown/unveiling
February 13 Racing Point launch
February 14 McLaren launch
February 15 Ferrari launch
February 18 Sauber launch
February 18-21 First pre-season test
February 26-March 1 Second pre-season test