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Toyota Produces Pedal-Car Concept - Web Exclusive

The Camette has a customizable body, with removable body panels in a range of colors and designs.

Greg Emmerson
Jun 13, 2012
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It’s certainly not easy to say, but Toyota has created a toy concept for the 2012 International Tokyo Toy Show and it looks like being a winner.

Called the “Camette”, we’re sad to report Toyota claims there are no plans for production. Instead, the concept was designed to promote cars to a future generation of potential drivers – a worthy cause but we want to get our hands on these car now since they are large enough to take occupants. Hopefully they will be licensed to a manufacturer at the show…

The Camette has a customizable body, with removable body panels in a range of colors and designs.

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The simple structure and components are used to give parents and children the chance to become more familiar with the workings of motor vehicles.

The interior has seating for three in a triangular ‘1+2’ configuration to create an intimate family space. The pedals and seats are fully adjustable to allow children to operate the controls, while an adult can be seated in the right rear seat to assist with steering and braking for safety.

The Camette is being displayed in two guises, the ‘Sora’, and ‘Daichi’ shown here. The 2012 Tokyo Toy Show is opens on June 14 .

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