[VIDEO] Toyota Camette Concept revealed at Tokyo Toy Show
Toyota has pulled the wraps off its latest creation, the Camette Concept, during the 2012 International Tokyo Toy Show, which will help children to develop driving skills.
The Toyota Camette Concept is basically a toy, so the event where it was officially presented to the public, the 2012 International Tokyo Toy Show, has been well chosen. According to the Japanese based automaker, the Toyota Camette Concept is providing an excellent opportunity for parents and their children to experience the driving joy, car enthusiasm, customization and a fun family experience. Besides bringing families together, Toyota also says that the Camette Concept is helping children to develop driving skills, in non-public places like go-kart tracks.
The car manufacturer is saying the Toyota Camette Concept is incorporating a simple body structure and it comes with a fully customizable exterior design, with easy to remove body panels. The cabin of the Toyota Camette is incorporating a triangular seating arrangement, with the driver’s seat positioned in the middle and closely behind it we can find the two rear seats, where a parent can assist the child driving with braking and steering. Unfortunately we don’t have any more details on the Toyota Camette Concept but you can watch the video posted below. Enjoy!
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