2011 Scion iQ and tC Get Time-Lapse Photography Treatment [video]

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Last week Scion took the wraps off not one, but two all-new models at the New York Auto Show, the tiny iQ and sporty 2011 tC. We brought you plenty of photos and all the details on both new cars, and now we have some very cool video to share courtesy our friend Peter Tarach,… Continue Reading...

New York 2010: Scion iQ Debuts as a Mini-er and Smart-er Alternative

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New York 2010: Scion iQ Debuts as a Mini-er and Smart-er Alternative
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Scion has just revealed the production model iQ at the New York Auto Show, which the company claims is the smallest four-seater in the world. At just 120-inches long it is roughly one-foot longer than the Smart fortwo. Saying it’s a 4-seater is a bit of a stretch, however, and Scion does qualify that it’s… Continue Reading...

Scion iQ Production Model to Debut at NY Auto Show

Scion iQ Production Model to Debut at NY Auto Show
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The production version of the Scion iQ will make its debut at the New York Auto Show next week reports Bnet. Shown at the same show last year, but in concept form (above) we don’t expect the road-ready car to be nearly so wild. Instead, the iQ is likely to look similar to the Toyota… Continue Reading...

Report: Scion iQ Mini Car to Arrive in U.S. in Late 2010

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Report: Scion iQ Mini Car to Arrive in U.S. in Late 2010
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First shown as a concept (above) at the New York Auto Show earlier this year, Scion will reportedly bring the iQ to market by the Fall of 2010. After receiving an excellent reception at the show, Scion’s VP, Jack Hollis has said he is fighting to get the car to market. One large Toyota dealer,… Continue Reading...

Toyota to Launch iQ Mini Car in U.S. as Scion Model

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Toyota to Launch iQ Mini Car in U.S. as Scion Model
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Toyota will bring its iQ city car to North America by 2012, badged as a Scion model. Scion debuted a concept of the iQ (shown above) at the New York Auto Show this year. When it does launch, however, expect it to look significantly more tame. Currently the  mini car (about the size of a… Continue Reading...
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