Novelty – Toyota Camatte, with a quite “adult” dimensions will be shown at the International Toy Show in Tokyo. Behind the wheel – the child, in the back – an adult learning culture of their child to communicate with another car or two children.
In Japanese children this week, a big celebration – June 14, begins his work known exhibition of toys Tokyo Toy Show. Its exposition complex located in pavilions Tokyo Big Sight. Among the countless robots, designers, clever puzzles and electronics will be an unusual specimen. The unusual in that car for the children and their parents designed this car manufacturer – Toyota Motor. In this case it’s not about the little pedal car, but the “almost real car”, only child.
Toyota Camatte has a very “adult” size, comparable with these key-penalties – length width and height of the toy make up 2700, 1300 and 1200 mm respectively. There is no accurate data about what is the source of motion for Toyota Camatte, but judging by the published pictures, it’s electric car.
The driver is located in the center and at its disposal these controls: steering wheel, pedals, lever transmission control devices: even the seat belt. In the rear two seats. It can easily accommodate two children or even medium-sized adults. The right rear seat is addressed to adults – from there he can easily control the “driver” and the management process.
Another design feature that developers emphasize particularly is the fact that Camatte is a kind of transformer. Body panels are removable, machine, or you can transform almost completely dismantled in a matter of minutes, and also mount panel is designed in such a way that you can attach to the process and the child. Camatte created in two ways. The first is called Camatte Sora and mimics the look of a sports coupe. Second – Camatte Daichi – is addressed to lovers of sport utility vehicles.
Of course, on public roads leaving this car is forbidden, but there is little doubt that the dream can become a Toyota Camatte any Japanese boys. So far no reports about when the novelty will be released to the market and what will be its price. Probably this will be known as early as Saturday, when the exhibition opens to the public – the first two days it will work behind closed doors.