is dedicated to all things vehicles (those made by Toyota and those not) as well as Toyota’s emerging automotive technologies. With rare, influential classic vehicles showcased, as well as modern-car technology, the amusement park is a tribute to the cars of yesterday and the optimistic future of driving.
The Toyota’s MEGA WEB theme park is composed of different "zones," based on the theme of the areas of the park, including the GR Zone—an array of Toyota’s Gazoo Racing team vehicles—and the Toyota x Sports Zone—where visitors can peruse a fleet of futuristic EVs like the e-Racer and play arcade-style car racing games.
The Mobility Zone, as its name indicates, is where Toyota's impressive technology is on display. The zone features Toyota’s line of Welcab vehicles, modified Toyota models with accessible changes made for those with wheelchairs or other needs, and the Friendmatic vehicles, which come with driving-assistance devices.
Visitors can interact with the Toyota e-Palette and Accessible People Mover (APM), which are mobility-friendly vehicles that were created to transport attendees and athletes alike at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. The APM was thoughtfully designed for easy wheelchair access.
buffs and history enthusiasts should make their way to the MEGA WEB’s History Garage to experience firsthand some of the world’s antique vehicles.
Here, visitors can travel back in time with the Tokyo exhibit and stroll through a nostalgic replica of a ’60s Japanese city street, filled with Toyotas and other retro models from the decade.
The History Garage boasts a collection of vintage cars from the ’50s through the ’70s. Some of Toyota's most famous makes from the period are featured, but iconic non-Toyota models, such as a DeLorean DMC-12 (from the Back to the Future set!) and a Volkswagen Beetle Type 1 are also parked here.
The History Garage is not just a place for seeing stationary vehicles. In the Restore Pit, visitors can watch as skilled mechanics bring these classic vehicles back to their former glory.
The Corridor is an elegant 30-meter hallway, modeled after a wine cellar, embellished with an array of car collector's pieces, magazines and toys.
Guests to the MEGA WEB theme park can even get behind the wheel of the modern vehicles they see. MEGA WEB accommodates a short track where visitors take laps around it in one of Toyota’s selection of impressive vehicles.
This lineup includes dream cars like the turbocharged
In addition to the virtual test drives offered at the park, an advanced simulator let’s anyone experience the thrill of driving. The simulator includes a standard driver's seat and dashboard and an immersive viewing experience with several screens surrounding the user.
Operating a driving simulator might not require car insurance, but, behind the wheel in real life does. When shopping for car insurance, avoid the hassle and let personal car insurance shopper
A San Francisco transplant, Brooke Kottmann hails from Los Angeles, home to the first freeway. Brooke, who earned a Bachelor of Journalism from the University of Missouri, covered food, culture and technology for Midwestern regional magazines COMO, Jefferson City and Vox before switching to all things automotive. She still misses her first car, Alice, a white VW Rabbit.