What would the best car in the world look like?

"It all begins with dreams. Dreams are infinite and free.They are the future."

This Dream Car Art Contest is for children to have dreams with innocent heart, and to express their creativity and imaginations.

In this unique event we invite children from ages 5 to 15 years to dream and draw the car of the future.

Winning entries of the contest will also get the chance to compete at a worldwide level to win a trip to Japan.

Prepare to celebrate great ideas!


Global Contest Winners

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​Artwork Title: Toyota Organ Donor​

Artist: Prathik Krishnan Menon Sathyanarayanan

Age: 14-years old​

School: Leaders Private School, Sharjah for his “'Toyota Organ Gifter” submission​

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Artwork Title: Toyota Medi Scan Van

Artist: Aarya Abhishek

Age: 6 years old

School: Gems Wellington Primary School, Dubai

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The winners of the 5th annual Toyota Dream Car Art Contest

The Gold winners’ category consists of:

(Age Group 1: under 8 years old) Six-year-old Muhammad Ammar Aqil Rao from Gems Wellington Primary School for his “My Toyota Dream Car” car submission

(Age Group 2: 8-11 years old) 10-year-old Pratheeksha Menon Sathyanarayanan from Leaders Private School, Sharjah for her “Toyo Child Protector” submission

(Age Group 3: 12-15 years old) 14-year-old Prathik Krishnan Menon Sathyanarayanan from Leaders Private School, Sharjah for his “'Toyota Organ Gifter” submission

The Silver winners’ category consists of:

(Age Group 1: under 8 years old) Five-year-old Shivani Adduri from Leaders Private School, Sharjah for her “Universal Travel Car [for Peace & Unity]” submission

(Age Group 2: 8-11 years old) Nine-year-old Sara Chaudhuri from Gems Modern Academy for her “Through the Lens” submission

(Age Group 3: 12-15 years old) 12-year-old Hela Rashid from Leaders Private School, Sharjah for her “Intelligence Enhancer Car” submission

The Bronze winners’ category consists of:

(Age Group 1: under 8 years old) Six-year-old Aarya Abhishek Pawar from Gems Wellington Primary School, Dubai for her “Toyota Medi Scan Van” submission

(Age Group 2: 8-11 years old) Nine-year-old Kaitlyn Anjelita Dsouza from Al Diyafah High School for her “Flying Aid” submission

(Age Group 3: 12-15 years old) 14-year-old Aarti Komalkumar Damania from Gems Modern Academy for her “Neuronotics” submission

This year, the competition saw participation of over 950 entries from 22 schools across the UAE. The entries were judged around their uniqueness and execution of concept, as well as the child’s artistic ability.

The competition is divided into three age groups – under 8 years old, 8-11 years old and 12-15 years old – with Bronze, Silver and Gold winners in each category.

Children who will make it to the final stages of the global contest will be invited along with their parents or guardians on a trip to Japan to participate in the global awards ceremony in August 2019. While in Japan, winners will visit a Toyota factory and get to experience different facets of the Japanese culture.

Commenting on the competition, Saud Abbasi, Managing Director of Al-Futtaim Toyota, said, “Each year we continue to be amazed at the level of creativity in the entries submitted and this year has once again exceeded our expectations. We’ve seen some extremely creative artworks and I would like to thank all the young artists and their teachers for their participation and hard work.”

Select artwork from the contest will be touring and decorating the Toyota facilities in the UAE, allowing an even wider audience to celebrate the talent and vision of the UAE’s up and coming generation of artists.