Toyota Reveals Camatte Concept At Tokyo Toy Show [VIDEO]

Toyota has unveiled a new retro looking concept called the Camatte, that has been designed firmly as a concept, with no plans for production. The idea behind this small toy concept it to promote cars to a future generation of potential drivers.

The Camatte features a customizable body, with easily removable body panels, available in a wide range of colours and designs. There’s seating for three in a triangular ‘1+2’ configuration. The pedals and seats are fully adjustable to allow children to operate controls, while an adult seated in the right rear seat can assist with steering and braking.

The Camatte will be displayed from tomorrow at the Tokyo Toy Show in two variants, the Camatte ‘Sora’, and Camatte ‘Daichi’.

Kids would love it and so their parents. It’s a shame that Toyota has no intention to take this great concept into production.


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