Dream Car Art Contest 2017

Toyota are proud to announce the winners of the Dream Car Art Contest 2017

We are delighted to announce our Irish winners of the Toyota Dream Art Contest, which is part of one of the largest art contests for children in the world.

The Dream Car Art Contest is Toyota’s unique platform that encourages imagination and creativity amongst children aged 15 and under, encouraging them to look ahead and imagine their dream car of the future. The competition is a real demonstration of Toyota’s brand promise of being Built for a Better World and the inventiveness shown by all the entrants was truly inspiring.

We would like to say a big thank you to all everyone who entered and congratulations to our winners who are listed below.

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Pictured are this year's winners with contest judges Oliver Whelan and Blathnaid Treacy, joined by Toyota Ireland Marketing Manager Ian Corbett

Under 8 Years

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1st place: Filip Sajdyk, Dublin
'Fast Flying Car'
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2nd place: Elizabeth Sadhbh Kennedy, Waterford
'The Chocolate Butterfly Imagination Dream Car'
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3rd place: Katarzyna (Kasia) Krasowska, Galway
'Doggy Rainbow Car'

8 to 11 Years

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1st place: Dylan Williams, Clare
 'Fruit and Vegetable Car'
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2nd place (8-11): Ashlyn Emily Keating, Galway
 'Dream Car Rubbishinator'
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3rd Place (8-11): Emma Perez, Dublin
'Ocean Recycler and Animal Rescue'

12 to 15 Years

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1st place: Misaki Isla Parbrook, Cork
 'Transdimentional Transportation'
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2nd place: David John Garvey, Galway
 'The Car of Instant Regrowth'
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3rd place: Emma Urquhart, Galway
 'The Refugee Rescuer'

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