World champions Ferrari will officially kick off the build-up to the 2008 Formula One season tomorrow when they unveil their new challenger at Maranello in Italy.
The new machine has been built under the guidance of technical director Aldo Costa - and will be tested for the first time at Ferrari's Fiorano test track on Monday.
Ferrari offered a sneak peak of part of their car this afternoon, although it revealed little as to how big a departure the machine is from the title-winning F2007.
Speaking about the design, Costa recently told Gazzetta dello Sport: "It will be completely new, even though you can't make radical changes because of the regulations.
"The front of the car will be different, as far as the monocoque is concerned, with differently shaped sidepods, and the wing will be new too."
More than 80 journalists from 13 countries are expected at the launch, where the car will be unveiled by drivers Kimi Raikkonen and Felipe Massa, plus new sporting director Stefano Domenicali, engine director Gilles Simon, Costa, and operations director Mario Almondo.