Toyota Camatte57s concept debuts at Tokyo Toy Show

Following last year’s Camatte concept, Toyota has unveiled a new model called Camatte57s concept with a greater range of customisation opportunities that are even easier to apply.

The Camatte57s body is made up of 57 small, lightweight, detachable panels in a wide choice of different colours and designs.

The car is suitable for both adults and kids, with adjustable pedals and seats.

The right-hand rear seat is positioned so that adults can help with steering and braking, so the youngsters can make an early start on developing their driving skills.

Powered by an electric motor, the concept measures 3,00mm long by 1,440mm wide and 1,000mm high, and seats three.

The Camatte57s is making its debut at this week’s Tokyo Toy Show.


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