The announcement of the new AlphaTauri was shown on February 11 in New York City: expectations are growing for the unveiling of the AT04, a 2023 car.

The announcement of the new AlphaTauri was shown on February 11 in New York City: expectations are growing for the unveiling of the AT04, a 2023 car.


The squad at Faenza, Scuderia AlphaTauri F1 on December 24th he informed through social media that he will present the livery of AT04 (the car that will compete in the 2023 Formula 1 season) on 11 February a New York City.

A choice that seems perfectly married to the philosophy of AlphaTauri, the luxury fashion brand that gives its name to the cousin team of the famous Red Bull Racing, the reigning world champion. On the other hand, it is interesting to note that the happy holidays sent by AlphaTauri through social networks saw a virtual image of the 2022 car in Piazza del Popolo in Faenza. An evocative blend between Romagna and the United States, perhaps to underline the ongoing and well-established internationalization of the brand and Big Circus. The former team of Minardi and then Toro Rosso, however, has not yet clarified where and when the AT04 will be presented, a car called to redeem (at least in part) a very disappointing 2022. It cannot be ruled out that the team led by Franz Tost will show the 2023 car live at the first pre-season test in Bahrain.

As for the other Formula 1 teams that entered the World Championship, currently the first to announce the date and time of their presentation is Aston Martin, Fernando Alonso’s new team. The green AMR23 will be launched on February 13 at 20 hours Italian time. Scuderia Ferrari has finally officially announced that the new Ferrari from Maranello will be launched on Valentine’s Day, while the time is still unknown.

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