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PHOTO CAPTION: Toyota Camatte isn't highway-ready, but could qualify as a NEV.

Toyota 'Toys' With Low Speed Electric Car

Camatte's top speed would qualify it as a neighborhood electric vehicle under US DOT FMVSS 500 regulations.

Published: 18-Jun-2012

If children are the future, then how do we get them driving clean, green electric cars?

It’s a question we’ve thought a lot about, but Toyota thinks it has come up with a solution, with a new three-seat electric concept car that your kids can drive.

As Automotive News (subscription required) details, the tiny car was unveiled this week at the Tokyo Toy Show, and measures 106 inches long, 51 inches wide and 47 inches high.

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