The German machine sported its racing livery – red, white and green like the Italian flag.
The colours match with D’Aste’s racing overall he wore in the 2012 WTCC when he won the races at Salzburgring and Suzuka.
After unveiling the livery to media representatives and fans, D'Aste completed about 10 laps of the track.
“These few laps have been useful to check that everything was working before our first test session next week at Monza," he said.
"The team’s guys are doing a good job, however they still have to fix a few things before the season kicks off.”