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Toyota is giving children a great opportunity to use their creativity, imagination and drawing skills to explore what the future of mobility might look like.
The Dream Car Art Contest invites children under the age of 15 to let their imaginations run wild to design a vehicle of the future. The competition encourages young people to be creative and interpret some of the issues that are important to them.
Previous winning designs have shown the breadth of imagination at work, as children look at how cars can provide not just mobility, but also help address some of the challenging issues the world is facing.
For example, previous eye-catching entries have included a pod vehicle designed to take lonely older people on adventures, and vehicles that can lower the ocean’s temperature, helping prevent the bleaching of coral reefs and the melting of ice caps.
You are welcome to take part if you’re 15 years old or younger and live in the United Kingdom or the Channel Islands. There are three age group categories:
The opening date for entries is 5 October and the last date for submission is 4 December 2020. The winners will be announced at the UK awards ceremony on February 5 2021.
Toyota wants to see innovative ideas, creativity, and most importantly, your own designs.
We won’t be accepting entries that contain computer-generated/drawn images, collages, cut-outs, or anything that is not hand-drawn by you.
Designs put together by groups of people also won’t be accepted and the limit is strictly one entry per person.
The artwork must involve colour, so be sure to draw a background and use your choice of pencils, crayons, markers or water-based paints.
Entries must be submitted on A3 or A4-size paper.
You can download an entry form from here.
The completed form (including permission from a parent or legal guardian) should be attached to your completed design and sent to:
Toyota Dream Car Art Contest
Unit 10 Honywood Business Park
Three winning artworks will be selected in each age category in the UK contest, with the Gold winner receiving an iPad, Silver and Bronze winners receiving a Samsung tablet and all three being given a Toyota goody bag.
In addition, (health restrictions permitting) the winners will be invited to an award ceremony at Toyota’s UK headquarters in Surrey to receive their prizes.
Their entries will also go forward to the global contest, in which a grand prize winner from each age category and two special award winners will be selected.