Toyota has focused its attention on bringing the family together, and at the Tokyo Toy Show, the automaker presented the Camatte57s, a sporty convertible concept car. The concept was inspired by the fun that generations of moms, dads, and kids have while creating things together.
The Camatte57s believes that it’s important to involve kids in the process of choosing the shape and look of a car, as it will help them learn at an older age the fun aspects of cars and driving. The Camatte57s is built on the original Camatte concept that debuted last year, however, this year it has more customization options that are easy to apply.
The body itself is made up of 57 lightweight detachable panels that can have a wide array of colors and designs. The roadster body style adds to the overall fun factor of the concept, allowing all family members to enjoy the small vehicle. The pedals and seats can even be adjusted so the kids can drive it around, and thanks to the position of the right-hand rear seat, adults can help with steering and braking.
Source: Newspress UK