Alfa Romeo is the third team to lift the covers off its 2021 Formula 1 car.
The C41 will be launched in a special ceremony at the Grand Theatre in Warsaw at 11:05 GMT [12:05 CET].
The launch ceremony will be followed by a press conference featuring drivers Kimi Raikkonen, Antonio Giovinazzi and Robert Kubica as well as team principal, Frédéric Vasseur, and technical director, Jan Monchaux.
WHAT HAS CHANGED?
Alfa Romeo is one of only three teams to retain its driver line-up from last year with Raikkonen and Giovinazzi continuing their partnership into a third year.
Kubica remains in post as the official reserve and test driver for the team.
THE STORY OF 2020
An underperforming power unit from supplier Ferrari hampered Alfa Romeo's season for the most part.
In a straight line, the three Ferrari powered teams - Haas the third - struggled to keep pace with teams supplied by other manufacturers.
Alfa Romeo scored just eight points last year, a considerable drop from the 54 of 2019, and the team only once registered a double points finish - Raikkonen and Giovinazzi finishing ninth and 10th at the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix.
The team trailed AlphaTauri, seventh in the constructors' standings, by 99 points at the end of the season and this margin only serves to highlight the magnitude Alfa Romeo will face this time around.
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