The hit TV series has redesigned the Tardis and viewers will get a chance to see it in full on Christmas Day.
The new look time machine will remain the same from the outside but has an all new interior to begin a new era of Doctor Who.
New home: Doctor Who star Matt Smith shows off his new Tardis which will be displayed in full on Christmas Day
It is only the second time machine that Smith has used, but it will be the first time his new companion Clara, played by Jenna-Louise Coleman, has travelled in it.
The new set was designed by renowned production designer Michael Pickwoad, who has worked on the show since 2010.
Astronomical achievement: The Tardis will remain the same from the outside but has an all new interior to begin a new era of Doctor Who
Besides showing off his new motor, the Doctor will also have a new love interest.
The new-look Tardis, which is more colourful than the old one, will become the home for the Time Lord and Clara as they travel through time and space.
Images show Matt Smith's Doctor locking lips with his newest assistant Clara in a passionate embrace.
Enter stage left: The old Tardis interior can be seen at The Dr Who Experience
Same old same: The exterior of the Tardis will remain the same in its trademark blue paint
In another frame from the episode, the Doctor is seen putting his finger to his lips to silence Clara, who gazes lovingly at her new beau.
It was revealed earlier this week that Jenna, 26, and Matt, 30, kiss in the festive special, with the actress saying it required a few takes before the pair mastered the tender shot.
She said: 'We did a couple of versions. One was like a swoop - maybe it will be in some outtakes or something.'
Merry Kissmas from the Doctor! The Time Lord is seen puckering up to new assistant Clara in images from the highly-anticipated Christmas special
The look of love: Jenna-Louise Coleman's Clara is seen gazing lovingly at Matt Smith's Doctor after their embrace
Matt admitted in an interview on This Morning earlier this week that he is excited for viewers to watch the Christmas special, adding: 'We have killer snowmen and killer snow and we've got Richard E Grant - who was born to be a Who villain! He's a wonderful guy.'
He then added: 'And most importantly we get to meet the new companion Clara, played by Jenna-Louise Coleman, who has started thrillingly - she has done brilliant work, very detailed, she's very hard working and she's just a delight.'
The Christmas special's official synopsis reads: 'When the fairytale becomes a nightmare and a chilling menace threatens Earth, an unorthodox young governess, Clara, calls on the Doctor for help.
Doing the rounds: The actors were seen promoting the festive special on This Morning
'But the Doctor is in mourning, reclusive and determined not to engage in the problems of the universe.
'As old friends return, will the Doctor really abandon humankind or will he fight to save the world – and Christmas – from the icy clutches of this mysterious menace?'
Chemistry: Matt and Jenna-Louise will finally lock lips for Doctor Who's Christmas special