In recent years, Toyota's latest concept car is always indicate annual event is unique in Tokyo Toy Show. This year, the renowned Japanese automotive manufacturers show concept Camatte Hajime, a sixth Camatte concept.
As reported by Caradvice on Thursday, June 18, 2015, Toyota Camatte Hajime concept featuring styles like the military vehicles made by Willys of the United States Army in 2nd World War. Hajime has a length of 3.02 meters, width 1.32 m, height 1.24 m and the wheelbase of 1.8 m.
|Toyota Camatte Hajime Concept. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1j3dt7O)|
This concept car presents the seat for three passengers. Uniquely, the driver's seat is placed in the middle, not on the left or right like most cars. While two more seats located behind it.
|Top view of Toyota Camatte Hajime Concept. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1j3dt7O)|
And Toyota said Camatte Hajime concept is uses electric motor as its drivetrain. Unfortunately, Toyota did not provide details about the car's performance and the range of its electric motor.
The concept car also has a swappable body panels such as the previous family members of Camatte concepts. In addition, there is also a system of pedals and the driver's seat can be adjusted.
Such as the previous models of Camatte, this car can be driven by children because it is very safe. At the 2015 Tokyo Toy Show, children can play in the driver's seat, adjust the pedals and seat, as well as playing with the controls that exist on the car. Although it can be driven, Hajime remained in the idle state during the event.
In Japanese, Hajime means 'beginning', but Toyota gave a new interpretation to the Hajime word meaning namely 'the nice thing is just getting started' and 'there is much more to come'. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | CARADVICE]
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