Takara Tomy made toy police Tomica car into actual car

Takara Tomy made a die-cast toy police car Toyota 86 (one of the TOMICA series toy cars) into an actual car.

The actual car they made is called Tomica Keisatsu Toyota 86 Patrol Car.

From now on, in cooperation with the Metropolitan Police Department, Takara Tomy will utilize the car for a good cause. At various upcoming events, they hope to provide children a chance to learn traffic rules voluntarily and to raise their parents' awareness regarding safe driving.

Compare the real car (top) and toy car (bottom):

 

The above photo is from Narinari.com

 

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