Reports of a GT86 sedan debuting at the Dubai Motor Show are “just a rumor” Toyota has confirmed.
Toyota’s youth oriented brand, Scion are usually well priced and available in one trim. They’re known for their popularity in tuner circles. The Scion FR-S is certainly the brands most popular and driver friendly car.
Scion’s sales have been sagging but dealers involved with the youth-oriented Toyota brand will have to solider on for a few more years before fresh product arrives.
While there’s been speculation and rumors of Toyota expanding its GT86 (known as the Scion FR-S in North America) lineup to include a sedan model, there’s reason to believe just such a car will debut soon.
The three Tuner Challenge tCs won’t be the only cars filling up Scion’s booth this year at SEMA Show; five other modified Scions will also make their presence known including some wild FR-Ses.
The three Scion tC Tuner Challenge vehicles competing at this year’s SEMA Show have been unveiled.
Scion’s iQ is one of the smallest cars sold in North America but it may not be long for this world.
Scion may launch its third generation version of its funky xB model next year as a 2015 model.
If Tetsuya Tada had his way, a sedan based on the Scion FR-S would probably be here already.
Things might go from bad to worse for Toyota’s young-minded Scion sub-brand in the next two years.
The Scion FR-S convertible has been delayed indefinitely, according to a recent report sourcing unidentified Toyota insiders.
If it’s not a diesel-powered, rear-wheel-drive station wagon with a manual transmission, it’s not worth considering, let alone buying.
For this year’s SEMA Show, three builders will be customizing 2014 Scion tC vehicles as part of the annual Scion Tuner Challenge.
When the Scion xB was first introduced in 2003, it was a funky looking little square box aimed at youths involved in the tuner car scene. However, like many vehicles of this era targeted at younger buyers, it never really caught on. Blame the lack of power, blame the quirky looks, blame an unknown brand,…
Toyota is considering launching its own performance brand within the next couple of years.
Could a Scion FR-S hybrid be on the horizon? Don’t be surprised if it is.
Despite slumping sales, a U.S. Toyota executive has confirmed that the Scion brand won’t be seeing new models any time soon.
This week, sports car shoppers are out in full force if our most watched videos of the week are any indication. Viewers wanted to see if the 2013 Scion FR-S still lives up to its hype a year later, while Honda enthusiasts are still enjoying our Civic Si vs. Integra Type-R shootout. Watch our most…
Scion has announced this year’s Tuner Challenge finalists that will be bringing their modified tC vehicles to the 2013 SEMA Show in Las Vegas.
Subaru bumped the price of its 2014 BRZ by $100 to $26,390, and the 2014 Scion FR-S will also see a modest bump of $80 to $25,335 including delivery.
It comes as no surprise to hear that Toyota is working to generate more power for its popular 86 model, known as the Scion FR-S in America. The latest report does, however, contradict past rumors of a turbocharged engine, instead pointing towards something larger under the hood.
At Toyota’s national dealer meeting in Atlanta this month, the Japanese automaker showed off a Scion FR-S convertible concept and a drawing of a subcompact crossover concept, hinting at things to come.
For the 2014 model year, Scion will be releasing the limited edition iQ Monogram that takes the iQ “to the next level by adding premium features at a great value,” according to the Japanese automaker.
Scion has announced that every single one of its 2014 vehicles will be outfitted with a touchscreen audio system, along with pricing for its full 2014 model lineup which has increased slightly across the board.
Sinking Scion sales and questions about the brand’s future direction could lead to pruning the company’s bloated dealer network.