The sticker labels you see on cars at dealerships around the country will look slightly different next month.
Labels on petrol, diesel and plug-in hybrid vehicles will now display an emission star rating and energy economy information.
They will also inform buyers whether the car comes with a rebate or fee under the Clean Car standard and by how much.
A green label means a rebate applies. Red labels show a fee will incur with the purchase.
There are also blue labels. These are for vehicles where neither a rebate nor fee applies.
For some reason, dealerships are also permitted to print labels in greyscale, which ultimately takes away the purpose of the colour system. Ink must be getting expensive.
Dealerships start using the new labels from April 1. They must also update their online listings to display the same information.