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The winners' achievements were celebrated at a recent prize-giving ceremony attended by many of the young artists and their families.

Mar 17, 2011

Cars that can fly, run on water and a limousine with twin hot-tubs were among the many colorful and inventive ideas produced by the winners of the Toyota Dream Car Art competition.

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The UK winners' achievements were celebrated at a recent prize-giving ceremony attended by many of the young artists and their families.

Toyota chairman Naoya Taniguchi presented the winners with their certificates and prizes and told the audience: "The goal of the competition was to create opportunities for children to have fun drawing their dream car of the future. We wanted to see how their imaginations could run wild and inspire creativity."

All 15 short-listed finalists will go forward to the global competition.

Competition winners

Under-10 category
1st The 2-in-1 Car, Lochy Gregory
2nd Cola Car, Tara Jackson
3rd Dream Car, Jenna Campbell
4th Fizzararee, Laura Hughes
5th The Swimmer, Elisa Dawa

10-12 years
1st The Future Family Pod, Olivia Forbes
2nd Dream Car, Olivia Maguire
3rd The Toyota Arty Bus Experience, Jake Sutherland
4th Lush Limo, Amy Jackson
5th The Eco Pod, Jake Wilson

13-15 years
1st A Kar-ra, Kara Chin
2nd New Era, Sarah Stirling
3rd The Bug, Emily Hall
4th Toyota Hydrosole, Kalun Bedingfield
5th Pondera, Thomas Watkins

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