The Winners of Global Toyota Dream Car Art Contest Have Been Revealed
Toyota’s Dream Art Contest encourages children to imagine the future of car mobility. This year it attracted more than 300 cute entries and now the finalists have been revealed.
There are three categories – 7 years and younger, 8-11 years old and 12-15 years old.
Category 1 – 7 years and younger
The Gold winner is Yukta Suresh with the Magnetic Toyota Car that helps children to enjoy nature instead of long screen time. Oscar Pacheco with the Covid Bus-Ter is the Silver winner. The COVID Bus-Ter uses solar panels to purify the air infected by the COVID-19 virus and replace it with oxygen. The Bronze winner is Muhammad Mughal with Toyota 3 in 1 that takes CO2 from the air and converts it into O2. It collects waste and uses it as fuel along with shining light in dark places.
Category 2 – 8-11 years old
Zara Mehndi’s cute Hospital on Wheels has got her the Gold award. Razia Rafique’s Underwater Car has got her the Silver prize. It is a hydro-powered car that can travel under water and clean junk in corals. Toyota Organo, a car that runs with dead leaves and produces no smoke therefore allows the planet to live in peace with no pollution is Adhikshita Mahesh’s beautiful creation and has fetched him the Bronze prize.
Category 3 – 12-15 years old
In this category Pratheeksha Sathyanarayanan is the Gold winner with the Toyofauna Guardian that can go through through the forest scanning for animals to rescue from forest fires to transport to fertile habitats. Sharon John has won the Silver prize with the Toyota Brain Car that helps people who have been negatively impacted due to the overuse of technology by internet addiction. It converts negative impact into positive effect by boosting creativity and imagination. Tazmeen Siddiqu’s Wings of Happiness has got him the Bronze Prize. The car can spread happiness.
All these children will be gives awards and prizes.