The car was inspired by a popular children’s book and the character Barbie is the inspiration behind the new model.
The first Barbie car is on display at the Australian National Car Museum in Canberra.
It is designed to be an affordable car that the Australian public can afford, according to the museum’s chief executive.
The car will be a limited-edition one-off, and will cost about $100,000 to produce.
“We’re very excited about it,” museum director of car collections, Chris Firth, told ABC News.
Firth said the museum was particularly excited about the car because it is part of the museum collection.
“It’s something that will go on our website, on our digital archive, on all the things that we collect and we’re very pleased that we’ve been able to add it to our collection,” he said.
Barbie’s famous car was built in 1952 and it was first unveiled to the public at a news conference in 1952.
Its design is based on a children’s classic toy, and the car was designed to resemble the car that Barbie was designed for, the museum said.
“Barbie is the perfect vehicle for this particular project,” Firth said.
The car was first released in the late 1950s, but was soon overshadowed by the arrival of a cheaper, lighter, faster and more capable model.
In the 1970s, it was redesigned into the now-iconic Barbie, and became an iconic vehicle for children.
Today, it is often referred to as the “car that Barbie built”.
Barbies iconic car will get an overhaulThe new car will feature a body made of wood, and be a more expensive model, but is being designed to have the same appeal and look as the first one.
Visitors will be able to see the car in person on Friday, when it will be on display for a month.
Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said it was “a great honour” to welcome the car.
“We are looking forward to seeing it and the many other great products that it will bring to Australia,” he told reporters in Canberra on Thursday.
Topics:consumer-protection,automotive,art-and-design,car,indonesiaFirst posted September 18, 2018 16:47:56