Adults and children alike can get into the fun of car design and engineering as the Toyota Camatte is due to make an appearance at the International Tokyo Toy Show.
This marks the third year in a row when the car has made an appearance at the annual event. Last year saw the appearance of the Toyota Camatte57s concept, which was a roadster, whereas this year there will be a sport version on display. It will be on show in the Toyota Design Lab, where visitors will be able to drive it, appreciate its design and find out more about how it works.
Those with a bit of an artistic flair will get to create their own design to go on the car and then see it reproduced with a huge array of LEDs that are placed across the bonnet.
The electric car has a lot of options for customisation as it features 57 panels that are small, lightweight, detachable and can be finished in a wide range of designs, patterns and shapes.
However, for others, the interest lies less in the aesthetics of the vehicle and more in what makes it tick. For that, visitors can head on over to the Toyota tech lab to take a look at a stripped-down model of the vehicle. Here they will learn about how it is constructed and observe the way that its working parts function.
Of course, what could unite all spectators of the Camatte is the way that it handles on the road, which is why both children and adults will be given the chance to test drive the vehicle. The car has adjustable pedals and seats so that it can be set to the right height of the driver. In the right hand seat, an adult can get in alongside their child and either help them drive or guide them with steering and braking. This will help them to get a bit of a grasp on driving basics.
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