The team previously known as Toro Rosso, AlphaTauri, has become the second Formula 1 outfit to announce a date for the launch of its 2020 car.
Red Bull's sister team, which has already confirmed Pierre Gasly and Dany Kvyat as its drivers for 2020, will launch its Honda-powered machine on the evening of Friday, February 14.
The AlphaTauri event will take place at Red Bull's Hangar 7 base in Salzburg - the first time that the facility has been used for an F1 car launch by one of its teams.
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The team is being renamed next year after the Salzburg-based fashion brand created by Red Bull in 2016, and which the drink company plans to expand.
It took its first podiums since Sebastian Vettel's 2008 rostrum in 2019, with Kvyat at Hockenheim and Gasly at Interlagos - after he had been swapped from Red Bull with Alex Albon.
It finished sixth in the constructors championship, matching its best score from 2008 when it fielded Vettel and Sebastien Bourdais in its third season in F1.
The only other team reveal a launch date so far is Ferrari, with its new car due to be revealed three days earlier, on February 11.