Haas has become the final Formula 1 team to outline its launch plans for its 2021 car, the VF-21.
Haas will reveal its “new VF-21 livery” during an online launch next Thursday (March 4).
The squad finished ninth in the Constructors’ Championship during a troubled 2020 campaign in which it amassed only three points.
It will enter 2021 with a revised driver line-up of Formula 2 champion Mick Schumacher and ex-Force India and Mercedes tester Nikita Mazepin.
The VF-21 is not due to run until pre-season testing owing to Ferrari engineers being unable to travel to Haas’ base in the United Kingdom without quarantining.
Confirmation of Haas’ livery unveiling means all 10 teams have now determined their plans for their respective car launches.
McLaren, AlphaTauri, Alfa Romeo and Red Bull have already taken the wraps off their 2021 challengers
Mercedes and Alpine will launch next Tuesday, ahead of Aston Martin on Wednesday and Williams on Friday.
Ferrari will carry out a team launch this Friday but its SF21 will not be revealed until March 10, just two days before pre-season testing begins in Bahrain.