Indiana's new standard auto license plate will celebrate the state's upcoming bicentennial.
The new plate design unveiled today (Thursday) has a blue image of the state's shape with 200 written across it and encircled by 19 stars symbolizing Indiana as the 19th state.
The new license plate is expected to be available in late December and will help draw attention to the bicentennial.
The Bureau of Motor Vehicles replaces the standard plate on a five-year cycle, and the current standard auto tag was introduced in 2008. The agency said about 2 million vehicles carry the standard plate.