Ferrari has announced it'll be revealing its 2013 F1 in February, prior to the start of pre-season testing in Jerez.
Whilst the team haven't (at time of writing) declared an exact date, the team did say the car would be revealed before the testing in southern Spain began on February 5th, and the most common prediction is that the date in question will be during the last weekend before the test session.
However, Ferrari has assured us their expected title challenger – likely to be christened the 'F2013' – will be unveiled at the factory in Maranello. It's likely that the launch will also be broadcast live on the Internet.
A report by the well-connected Italian magazine Autosprint also claims that the car has passed the FIA's stringent crash tests.
On a separate note, the same report by the Italian title also states that the 2013 Williams and Toro Rosso entries (expected to be branded the FW35 and the STR8 respectively) will make their respective debuts on the first day of the Jerez test.