The first of the ACT's eye-catching red trams will ship from Spain to Canberra in the next few weeks.
Chief Minister Andrew Barr this week visited Zaragoza to view the first tram completed by rolling stock company Construcciones y Auxiliar de Ferrocarriles.
Photos from Mr Barr's trip to Europe reveal the trams will be red with white Transport Canberra and ACT government logos.
Seats will be blue with red handrails and grab rails to match the exterior. It is understood the trams could feature external wraps similar to buses.
The government will spend about $65 million on the fleet of 14 trams. Each tram will be 33 metres long with 66 seats and capacity to carry 207 people.
They will include two dedicated wheelchair spaces, storage room for four bikes, 12 priority seats for passengers with special needs, handrails and grab rails for safety.
Passengers will have access to free wireless internet on board.
The government said the Gungahlin to Civic leg of the $939 million light rail project was on track to be running by late 2018.