Coming just four days after the new performance Ford Falcon had its 'XR8' badge teased, the clip highlights the facelifted car's bonnet scoop, grille, tail-lights, XR-stamped headlights and various badges.
A large brake set-up featuring crossed-drilled discs can also be seen behind black-painted alloy wheels, while a yellow pod-style air filter can be seen hiding in the forthcoming sedan's engine bay – the latter being identical to the set-up seen on the 351kW/570Nm supercharged 5.0-litre V8-powered FPV GT-F and 335kW FPV GT RSPEC.
Ford Australia has previously teased the new and final Falcon's headlights and tail-lights, previewing what appears to be a more upmarket design. Hardpoints and side panels are expected to be unchanged.
The last XR8 will act as Ford Australia's hero car until the 2015 arrival of the all-new 324kW/542Nm Ford Mustang.
An official on-sale date for the new Ford Falcon XR8 is yet to be announced, however, a full reveal is tipped for September ahead of a November launch.