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Toyota Dream Car Art Contest

    Toyota Dream Car Art Contest | Graphic Competitions
     Category:  Students Only
     Deadline:  March 31, 2016 - expired! December 17, 2015
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    Toyota Dream Car Art Contest invites children from all corners of the globe to share ideas about the future of mobility by drawing their dream cars. Its aim is to nurturing the creativity of the next generation of great inventors, thinkers and dreamers. Every great idea was born in the glimmer of a dream.

    Applicants are sorted into three age categories:

    • 7 years old and under
    • 8-11 years
    • 12-15 years

    Hand-drawn artworks have to feature unique concepts of their "Dream Car". You can use any standard drawing medium you like (colouring pencils, crayons, watercolours, markers, etc.). The only restriction is that you don’t use digital tools to create your artwork.

    « Every year, it's exciting to see how youth around the world envision the future of transportation. I find it inspiring to see young people incorporate social responsibility into their designs, dreaming of cars that help clean the ocean, end homelessness, and provide mobility to those who are physically challenged » (Mike Groff, President & CEO of Toyota Financial Services)

    Please note: the contest timeline and requirements may vary in different countries or regions. We advice to confirm the contest details with the Toyota distributor in the country or region of your residence.

    There is no entry fee.


    Open to children (aged 15 years old or younger) from more than 80 countries all over the world.


    The National Contest winners will enter into the World Contest. From these, the jury panel in Japan will select thirty World Winners plus their parents or guardians to receive a trip to Japan to participate in an awards ceremony in August 2016 during which four additional awards are announced per age category: Gold, Silver, Bronze, and Best Finalist.

    In addition, young dreamers are given tours at a Toyota factory and can experience various aspects of Japanese culture.

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