Kids Love the Toyota Camatte

Toyota Camatte Driven by Kids 1 photo
Photo: Toyota
Maybe Toyota has a point by trying to introduce kids to driving a car. This way, maybe we will get rid of those morons who can’t drive, creating anger and frustration in traffic.
The Toyota Camatte is a small sized electric vehicle created with one single purpose - to show children that driving can be fun and ecological. It is powered by a 12 hp electric motor that will enable the car to reach 35 mph (56 km/h)... eventually.

The seating layout is resembling the McLaren’s F1 supercar, with one central seat in the front and two in the back, as the vehicle was designed for at least an adult to go with the kid and have easy access at the controls if something goes wrong. And speaking about the controls, you cant have something simpler than this - a steering wheel, adjustable pedals, and “On” button and a direction selector.

See how the infantile test drive went in the video bellow and the full article on Toyota Blog UK.

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