The car is designed to give children their first taste of driving
Adults can help with steering and braking thanks to steering wheel position and adjustable seating
The car will be electrically powered
Toyota says Camatte is based on the Japanese word for 'care'
The car builds on the Camatte concept shown last year
The concept has been shown at the Tokyo Toy Show
Toyota has unveiled its Camatte57s concept at the Tokyo Toy Show.
Basing the concept around bringing the family together, Toyota says the Camatte57s is about sharing ideas to construct the ideal car, inspired by families working on a project together.
The body is made from 57 detachable panels, formed from lightweight materials, which can be finished in different colours and designs.
Pedals and seats can be adjusted, which means young children can make an early start learning to drive away from the public highway. Adults can help with steering and braking thanks to the positioning of the steering wheel and the adjustability of the brakes and seats.
While no official power figures have been released, Toyota has confirmed the car will be electric.
The concept builds on Toyota’s original Camatte shown last year. The manufacturer says the word Camatte comes from the Japanese word for 'care', and is meant to signify caring for others.