The Toyota Camatte is Designed for Underage Drivers

By: Michael Hines - Published: Jun 16, 2012 • References: toyota & carbuzz
The Toyota Camatte is a new concept car designed to appeal to extremely young drivers. The Camatte debuted at the 2012 Tokyo Toy Show, and is highlighted by its abstract body and student driver-esque control scheme.

The Toyota Camatte measures a compact eight feet and stands a mere four feet tall. Almost everything on the Camatte can be swapped out, including the body panels, roof, doors, lights tires and rear seats. The interior has a one by two layout, with a child sitting in the driver's seat. The child doesn't have total control over the vehicle; an adult in the backseat is able to control steering and braking. The Toyota Camatte is still just a concept, but it could be a look of sorts into Toyota's future plans. Stats for Childlike Concept Cars Trending: Older & Chilly
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