The team’s 2022 F1 challenger - the AMR22 - will be unveiled at Aston Martin’s Gaydon headquarters on February 10 in an event which will be broadcast online. 

In an email announcing its plans, Aston Martin said drivers Sebastian Vettel and Lance Stroll will be joined by “key members” of the team to launch its first car of F1’s new regulation era.

Last week it was confirmed that Otmar Szafnaeur had left his role as CEO and chief executive officer of Aston Martin with immediate effect. 

Szafnauer has been linked with a switch to rivals Alpine, who in turn announced the departure of executive director Marcin Budkowski on Thursday. 

February 10 marks the first exact date in the diary for F1’s launch season, with Ferrari revealing it is planning to unveil its 2022 car sometime between 16-18 February. 

The first three-day pre-season test begins in Spain on February 23, before a further three days of running will take place in Bahrain on March 10, ahead of the season-opening race on March 20. 

Last year, Aston Martin presented the first car of its rebranded era for the 2021 season with a lavish James Bond-themed launch, featuring an appearance from 007 actor Daniel Craig.

The Silverstone-based outfit will be looking to move itself up the grid this year after finishing seventh in the 2021 constructors’ championship.