Toyota Camette Concept: A new take on the sub-compact car

Toyota Camette Concept: A new take on the sub-compact car

The automobile you see above is a concept vehicle by Toyota called the Camette. From what I’ve read the Camette was created to provide “an excellent opportunity for parents and their children to experience the driving joy, car enthusiasm, customization and a fun family experience.” Ok, that sounds like a really stupid reason to make a car, at least in my opinion.

Toyota Camette Concept: A new take on the sub-compact car

Toyota Camette Concept: A new take on the sub-compact car

The way I see a car like the Camette is a renaissance for small vehicles. Some of you may remember how I would rant against large cars, especially in a any urban environments. To often do I see assholes cruising around in giant SUVs here in Los Angeles, as if these three person families need a vehicle like that. Seeing something like the Camette is such a joy, like seeing what the future of small vehicles could be.

Toyota Camette Concept: A new take on the sub-compact car

Toyota Camette Concept: A new take on the sub-compact car

I think the body details are what really sells me on this car. I love the configuration of the vehicle, that you have a driver in the front and two seats in the back. I can’t help but I think of how perfect a car like this would be for Kyle and I and our two dogs. We could all cruise around the city in this, and I’m sure there’s room in the trunk as well if we need to put a beach bag in the back or run and get groceries. Sure, this wouldn’t work for families of 8, but there still aren’t a lot of good options for sub-compact cars beyond the Yaris, the Fit, the Fiat and the Mini.

Toyota Camette Concept: A new take on the sub-compact car

Each year a lot of the major car companies put out small concept cars, but few actually follow through with them. Hopefully sooner, rather than later, a company like Toyota will actually start to make a car like this one a reality.

Found through Campsite

Bobby Solomon

June 18, 2012 / By

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