Constructor: new object's name

are we creating a variable -carrot- with an assigned object called Vegetable? that has a parameter of ‘name and color’ with values of ‘carrot and orange’?
so the new object has the same name as the original one? only it is now assigned to a variable const named carrot?

class Vegetable {
  constructor(name, color){
    this.name = name, 
    this.color = color;
  }
}

const carrot = new Vegetable('carrot', 'orange');
console.log(carrot);

//Vegetable {name: 'carrot', color: 'orange'}

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A Vegetable is a specific type of object. carrot is a single variable with the type of Vegetable.

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