Toyota Dream Car Art Contest happening now

Posted on Jan 12 2022

This 2021 submission by Jeremiah Perez in the 7 and under category placed first in Guam. His submission was titled “Space Team Exploration.” Perez describes his Toyota Dream Car as “built for explorations like fixing satellites and giving vaccines such as COVID-19 vaccines. It flies in space and hovers over the earth.” (Contributed Photo)

Atkins Kroll is now accepting entries for the 15th Annual Toyota Dream Car Art Contest, which is open to students ages five to 15 and residing in Guam and the Northern Marianas.

The Toyota Dream Car Art Contest began in 2004 in Japan and continues to be the largest international art contest that gives children not only the opportunity to share their ideas about the future of automobiles but also encourages children to pursue their dreams. Toyota believes in nurturing the creativity of the next generation of inventors, thinkers, and innovators. Every great idea was born in the glimmer of a dream.

Children are asked to use their imagination and draw “My Dream Car” using any standard drawing medium such as color pencils, crayons, watercolors, or markers on an 11-inch height by 17-inch width paper with a maximum thickness of five-mm.


This 2021 submission titled “Thousand Picks” by Clara Kim placed third in Guam in the 8 to 11 years old category. She says “Thousand Picks helps the earth. It cleans animals’ habitats to help them. Thousand Picks also turns the trash it collects into plants so more oxygen can be released.” (Contributed Photo)

The contest is open to students in the following age categories: 7 and under; 8 to 11; and 12 to 15 years. Students must currently reside in Guam or the Northern Marianas. Submissions are due by Monday, Jan. 31, 2022, and may be submitted to the Atkins Kroll Toyota Showroom in Guam or on Saipan.

Last year, Saipan resident Jeewoo Son, a 13-year-old student at Mount Carmel Catholic School, won the Mobility for All special award. She received extraordinary recognition from Toyota Motor Corporation for her “WRAP CAR.” World, Rescue, Assist, Protect is a car that saves and cures people from all natural disasters and viruses on earth. Her submission was part of 1,190,000 entries from 75 countries and regions. Both she and her school received a cash prize from Toyota Motor Corp.

For more information about this year’s Toyota Dream Car Art Contest email (PR)

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