For some, a dream car simply requires a slick paint job. Others dream of an “Automatic Noodle Truck” with a massive conveyer belt at which people can sit, and have dinner come to them.
Nobody can deny the imagination of children, so Toyota is giving Aussie kids the chance to design their own Dream Car as part of the global Toyota Dream Car Art Contest.
Children aged up to 15 are invited to submit a drawing of their “Dream Car” in any artistic medium, including all types of paint, coloured markers, crayons, chalk and more.
The competition runs in two stages: Australian competition – five winners from three age categories will win a $200 Dick Smith voucher Global competition – all 15 Australian winners will have their artwork submitted into the “World Contest” for their chance to win a trip to the awards ceremony in Japan in August 2012.
The Toyota Dream Car Art Contest is part of Toyota’s global commitment to the future, and aims to help children around the world develop their creative expression.
As an added bonus for parents, it’s also a great project for the summer holidays!
Entries are now open, and close 29 February, 2012. For full details, visit Toyota