Toyota unveiled a family-oriented concept vehicle, the "Camette,” at the 2012 International Tokyo Toy Show that started June 14. Toyota designed it to be just a concept and so there are no production plans. It is merely meant to promote cars to a future generation of drivers. This vehicle has a fully customisable body, with body panels easily removed, offered in a broad variety of colors and designs. It has a simple body structure and components in order to make parents and children more familiar with the workings of motor vehicles. The features in the interior have a triangular ‘1+2' configuration to make an intimate family driving space, maximising parent-child communication. Its pedals and seats are fully adjustable to enable children to operate controls (where legal), while an adult is seated in the right rear seat while it assists with steering and braking. The Camette will be available in two versions: the Camette ‘Sora', and Camette ‘Daichi'.
Gallery: Toyota Camette Concept