Tokyo, Japan, May 26, 2017―Toyota Motor Corporation will exhibit a booth at the International Tokyo Toy Show 2017, where parents and children are able to have hands-on experience in driving the Camatte concept car. The event will be held at Tokyo Big Sight from June 1 to 4.
Out of a desire to convey the joy and dreams of motor vehicles to the next generation and to encourage parents and children to become more familiar with cars, Toyota has been exhibiting a series of 'Camatte' concept vehicles at the Tokyo Toy Show every year since 2012.
At this year's show, Toyota will establish the Camatte School. Here, children will have the opportunity to experience the process of obtaining a driving license: they will learn how to operate the steering wheel, accelerator and brake of a car, and will be able to drive a car around a course set up inside the booth. This year will be the first time that Toyota will be establishing a booth where children can actually experience driving a car.
The car that will be driven around the Camatte School course is the 'Camatte Petta,' the latest addition to the Camatte line-up. Magnets in various shapes and colors can be attached to the outer panels of the Camatte Petta, enabling children to decorate the vehicle according to their individual preferences.
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