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Children Worldwide Invited to Design the Future of Mobility

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Toyota by CFAO Nigeria has announced the launch of the “Toyota Dream Car Art Contest,” an international initiative that invites children to express their visions of future mobility through art. Spearheaded by the company’s Marketing Department, headed by Hakeem Sanusi, this contest is divided into two stages: the National Contest and the World Contest.

The National Contest, set to run from August 2023 to March 2024, will take place in each participating country. Winners of this stage will represent their countries in the World Contest, which will be held in Japan. This global event offers a platform for young minds to showcase their creativity and innovative ideas about the future of transportation.

Since its inception in 2004, the Toyota Dream Car Art Contest has been a key component of Toyota’s social contribution initiatives. Demonstrating its global reach and popularity, the contest attracted around 780,000 entries from 90 countries and regions in 2023 alone. This staggering participation underscores the contest’s appeal and its role in fostering creativity among youth worldwide.

The 2024 edition of the contest began on January 16 and will conclude on February 16. It is open to all children not exceeding the age of 15 years. This contest not only encourages artistic talent but also invites young participants to think about future mobility solutions, aligning with Toyota’s commitment to innovation and sustainable transportation.

This initiative is part of Toyota by CFAO’s broader engagement with communities and its commitment to supporting educational and creative development among children. By nurturing imagination and providing a global stage for young talents, Toyota by CFAO aims to contribute to the development of future innovators and leaders.

The Toyota Dream Car Art Contest represents an intersection of art, imagination, and technology, reflecting Toyota’s vision of a future where mobility solutions are not only functional but also inspired by the dreams and creativity of the younger generation. As these young artists envision futuristic cars, they are also contributing to a dialogue about the world we want to live in and the role of sustainable transportation in shaping that future.

This contest is a testament to Toyota’s dedication to community engagement, corporate social responsibility, and fostering a spirit of innovation in the next generation. It aligns with the company’s long-standing commitment to sustainability and innovation, echoing its efforts to be at the forefront of imagining and creating a better future for all.

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