Alfa Romeo has unveiled its new Formula 1 livery before the start of 2020 pre-season testing at Barcelona on Wednesday.
The team formally launched its 2020 challenger in the pit lane at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya.
Drivers Kimi Raikkonen and Antonio Giovinazzi were on hand to lift the covers off the new livery, which remains largely unchanged from last year's design.
The white base colour remains with red trim, albeit with additional branding for the team's new title partner Orlen as a result of its arrival for the 2020 season.
New reserve driver Robert Kubica is set to complete the first official running in the C39 on Wednesday after joining the team from Williams at the start of this year.
Kubica is scheduled to complete the morning session before handing over to Antonio Giovinazzi for the afternoon.
Kimi Raikkonen got his first taste of the new car during a shakedown run last week, but he will get a first extended run on Thursday when he is slated to complete the full day.
Giovinazzi will then round out the opening test with a full day on Friday.
Alfa has also announced that 2020 Super Formula driver Tatiana Calderon will remain with the team as a test driver for the upcoming season.
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