Toyota Ghana Co. Ltd. is pleased to announce that the entries for the 17th Toyota Dream Car Art Contest are open from now up until 24 February 2024.

The contest is a Toyota initiative that seeks to unearth creativity in children (15 years below) through art. Children from all over the world are invited to share ideas about the future of mobility by drawing their dream cars.

Children are the world’s biggest dreamers, and this is a great opportunity for them to dream big and win big!

For details about the history of the contest, please refer to the  Toyota Global website

Please download and fill out the entry form and ensure you read the terms and conditions below:

See some of last years entries and winners below.

Under 8 years category

  • Gold winner, Vihaan Renil, Lifeline
  • Silver winner, Prisha Manoj Thakwani, Toyota Bella Car
  • Bronze winner, Jaiden Nhyira Kwadwo Ampong-Mensah, Toyota 4RA

8 to 11 years category

  • Gold winner, Falak Manoj Thakwani, QUAKFRODET23 car
  • Silver winner, Joannah Paulynn Immanuel, Toyota Car of Peace, Prosperity and Integrity
  • Bronze winner, Prabhreet Grewal, Toyota Water Car

12 to 15 years category

  • Gold winner, Rohit Kailash Godhwani, FLYDRONE AK47 car
  • Silver winner, Grace Douinien Bado, Road Fixer
  • Bronze winner, Jonathan Dhanraj Joseph Immaunel, Toyota Heavenly Haven and Healing Hope

In addition to the national winners 34 other artworks have been shortlisted to receive consolation prizes. Click here to view list of winners.

Congratulations to all winners.

Think of a challenge in the society within which you live and draw or paint a car that can solve that particular society challenge and demonstrates future mobility (concept).*

Download your entry form here or pick it up at any of our branches

Complete the entry form. Give a title to your car and a short explanation of what your dream car does (concept).

Get your parents’ signature

Attach the entry form to the back of your artwork with an adhesive.

Submit artwork to any of our branches.

The contest is open to all children living in Ghana who are below 16 years old. There 3 categories

Category 1 : Under 8 years old

Category 2 : 8 – 11 years old

Category 3 : 12 – 15 years old

An A3 size paper is required and you can use any medium you like – pencils, crayons, paint – to create your dream car. Do not forget to add a background, to help us imagine what your dream car would look like in its environment. Take note, computer generated artworks are also acceptable.

Entries for the 17th Toyota Dream Car Art Contest are open from now up until 24 February 2024.

At Toyota, we believe that children are full of creative extraordinary dreams that can become a reality. A Dream Car is how the child sees his or her future car to be. Think of a challenge in your society and draw a car to solve the challenge. Be creative and imagine what your dream car would be and what you would want the car to do. The idea behind your car must stimulate sympathy, resonance and emotion.

Shortlisted participants will receive Toyota Dream Car Art Contest branded souvenirs. The 9 lucky winners selected from the 3 categories will be presented with electronic devices, educational materials and plaques. Their artworks will be entered into the World Contest.

As supplementary prize, prize money intended to be used for educational purposes will be presented as follows:

5,000USD prize money to each Grand Prize winner in each category (1 person in each category, 3 persons in total*) / each Special Award winner in all categories (2 persons in total*).

10,000USD prize money to each Grand Prize / Special Award winners’ elementary / junior high / high school as a general rule.

3,000USD prize money to each Best Finalist in each category (7 persons in each category, 21 persons in total*)

*Each number is the maximum number of winners that can be awarded in the World Contest

Each artwork must have an entry form filled and attached to the back of the drawing with an adhesive. Artworks can be submitted at any of our Branches in Accra, Tema, Kumasi, Takoradi, Tarkwa and Tamale. Alternatively you can submit a scanned copy of artwork and entry form (high resolution) to [email protected] on or before 10 February 2023.