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Toyota Camatte57s Three Seater Electric Car Commercial HD 3 Seater Sports Car Carjam TV HD

Watch Toyota Camatte57s 3 Seater Electric Car Commercial HD, Detachable body panels enable easy, extensive customization, Seats are in a closely arranged triangular configuration with one front seat and two rear seats to emphasize family intimacy and facilitate communication. Watch in HD + SUBSCRIBE #CARJAMTV
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The concept, called the "Camatte57s"2, is aimed at bringing parents and children closer together as they work in collaboration on building their ideal car. The vehicle aims to convey the joy and dreams of motor vehicles to current and future drivers, by providing an opportunity for parents and children to together experience the fun of driving, car customization and car enthusiasm. Compared to the "Camatte" concept exhibited in 2012, the Camatte57s allows an even greater ease and range of customization possibilities.

Major Features
1) Detachable body panels enable easy, extensive customization
The vehicle body exterior consists of 57 detachable small lightweight panels to allow easy and extensive color and design customization.

2) Open-top roadster styling with compact and intimate interior
The roofless design offers a liberating driving experience while also enhancing visibility to increase ease of customization.

Seats are in a closely arranged triangular configuration with one front seat and two rear seats to emphasize family intimacy and facilitate communication.

3) Even children can drive3
Acceleration and braking pedals and seats can be adjusted to enable operation by children, while an adult seated in the rear-right seat assists steering and braking to help develop the child's driving skills.
The name Camatte is based on the Japanese word for care and is meant to signify "caring for others" and "caring for cars". The "s" stands for the Japanese word sawaru, which means to touch. The name thus reflects the idea that people should feel more in touch with each other and with vehicles.
As of November 2013, series production highway-capable models available in some countries include the Mitsubishi i MiEV, Chery QQ3 EV, JAC J3 EV, Nissan Leaf, Smart ED, Wheego Whip LiFe, BYD e6, Bolloré Bluecar, Renault Fluence Z.E., Ford Focus Electric, BMW ActiveE, Tesla Model S, Honda Fit EV, RAV4 EV second generation, Renault Zoe, Roewe E50, Mahindra e2o, Chevrolet Spark EV, Fiat 500e, Volkswagen e-Up! and BMW i3. The world's top-selling highway-capable all-electric cars are the Nissan Leaf, with global sales of 83,000 units through September 2013;[3] the Mitsubishi i-MiEV, with global sales of more than 30,000 vehicles by June 2013, including more than 4,000 minicab MiEVs sold in Japan, and over 10,000 units rebadged as Peugeot iOn and Citroën C-Zero and sold in the European market;[4][5] and the Tesla Model S, with 18,200 units delivered through September 2013.[6][7] Pure electric car sales in 2012 were led by Japan with a 28% market share of global sales, followed by the United States with a 26% share, China with 16%, France with 11%, and Norway with 7%.[8]

Benefits of electric cars over conventional internal combustion engine automobiles include a significant reduction of local air pollution, as they do not emit tailpipe pollutants,[9] in many cases, a large reduction in total greenhouse gas and other emissions (dependent on the fuel and technology used for electricity generation[1][2]), and less dependence on foreign oil, which in several countries is cause for concern about vulnerability to oil price volatility and supply disruption.[1][10][11] Widespread adoption of electric cars faces several hurdles and limitations, however, including the higher cost of electric vehicles, the lack of recharging infrastructure (other than home charging) and the driver's fear of the batteries running out of energy before reaching their destination (range anxiety) due to the limited range of most existing electric cars. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electric_car

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added on 16 Nov. 2013

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