The Barcelona city council has confirmed it is set to introduce a new hybrid car called the ‘toys car’.

Barcelona is set for a trial in the city’s city centre in 2019 that will see its first public testing of a new concept vehicle, called the “Toys Car”, which is meant to mimic the driving experience of a real-life toy car.

The city council will unveil the first “toy car” prototype in the first week of March, but details of the test have yet to be released.

The “toys” car is expected to be a hybrid version of the Toyota Prius, but it is being designed to be as safe as possible.

The city is currently testing a hybrid Prius and is hoping to launch a “truck-like” vehicle that uses “the same technology, which is very similar to the electric powertrain” for a new “tongue-in-cheek” concept car, the city said.

City leaders are also hoping to introduce an autonomous “travelling car” that will allow for the city to “see and do” as much as it wants.

This includes the development of innovative public transport systems, such as the “trolleys”, which are already being used by tourists, and the “caravans”, which offer a wide range of services to Barcelona.” “

The city has a large and diverse population and we are keen to promote our efforts to increase the efficiency of transport, reducing emissions, reducing congestion and reducing traffic.

This includes the development of innovative public transport systems, such as the “trolleys”, which are already being used by tourists, and the “caravans”, which offer a wide range of services to Barcelona.”

A spokesperson said Barcelona is also working on “more innovative transport technologies that could help to improve the city”.

In December, Barcelona Mayor Ada Colau announced a pilot project that will create a “mini-train” system that will be similar to Uber, but in an entirely different way.

She said: “We are working on a new type of urban transport system, a type that we believe is different from Uber in terms of how it works, how it operates, how much it costs and who it operates with.”