Ford has announced that the car, code named FG01, will be rolled out of the Ford Performance Racing workshops in Broadmeadows for the Midas 400 race weekend at Sandown.
Based on Ford's recently launched FG Falcon XR8 sedan road car, the new Blue Oval weapon will feature a striking 'Nitro' blue with white themed livery.
The FG01 prototype will reside in pit lane for the duration of the event, from where Team Vodafone driver and V8 Supercar Champion Craig Lowndes will steer the new race car on a number of demonstration laps of the twisty 3.1 kilometre track.
Channel Seven pit reporter Grant Denyer will be riding as passenger, giving the V8 Supercar world a glimpse of Ford's future in the sport.
"There has been a lot of excitement at Ford surrounding the launch of the new FG Falcon road-going series, and that excitement has certainly extended to the development of our new race car," said Ford Racing Manager, Ray Price.
"Our new V8 Supercar has been in development for over 18 months, and it is great that we have been able to get FG01 out on the track so quickly off the back of revealing the new model Falcons.
"Ford's V8 Supercar teams have been invaluable in having the car we have numbered FG01 ready for a mid-year homologation."
FPR, Triple 8 (T8) and Stone Brothers Racing (SBR) played a pivotal role in building the FG test car which is called T2 internally – T1 was the test car for the currently raced BA/BF V8 Supercar model."
"FG01 signifies a fresh look for the Fords, the best way to describe it is that it's much more aggressive, I think everyone will be really pleased," said FPR Team Principle Tim Edwards.
As the official Ford homologation team, Triple 8 has been involved in the development of FG01 and they are responsible for technical compliance of the vehicle within the TEGA 'Blueprint specification'.
Additionally T8 contributed its aerodynamic expertise, designing and supplying components for testing.
Stone Brothers Racing (SBR) assisted with various technical elements of design and integration
"A mid-season homologation will ensure Ford teams are awarded the maximum amount of preparation time for when we're ready to bring the FG to the track to race," Price said.
The FG V8 Supercar and Ford's traditional line-up of Falcon's will hit the track this weekend at the Midas 400, Sandown Raceway June 7-9, further information at www.sandown400.com.