CHIBA CITY, Japan – The mission was to design vehicles of the future, their dream cars. The reward was to have their innovations displayed for Japan’s auto industry to see. More than 3,600 local kindergarteners accepted the artistic challenge and received the ultimate prize for finishing the task: having their creations posted at this year’s 41st Tokyo Motor Show held in this Tokyo suburb. The children’s art exhibit, in its 11th year, first began after the biannual auto show moved here ...

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