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Toyota launches the Dream Car Engine

to celebrate entrants to the 2016 Worldwide Dream Car Art Contest

Toyota is delighted to announce the launch of the Toyota Dream Car engine. This showcases the entries to the 2016 Dream Car Art Contest from all over the world. By encouraging all children to unleash their imagination and draw their dream car we’re encouraging them to think about how they can make a difference and build a better world.

The Dream Car Engine allows people to view all the artworks and comment on their favourite. Their words of encouragement will then be printed on a bespoke Certificate of Encouragement and sent to the children to commemorate their artistic achievement.

Share your words of encouragement.

The site will be open until the 17th April 2017. Toyota. Built for a Better World.

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