2011 scion tC

GReddy Building Turbocharged 2011 Scion tC For SEMA

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GReddy has always been a huge supporter of Scion and its vehicles, producing a turbo kit for the original tC when it first hit the market. In fact, their tC was one of the cleanest ones ever built, so it’s no surprise that they’re already all over the new generation 2011 Scion tC, R&D’ing new… Continue Reading...

Scion Releases Augmented Reality Racing Game To Promote 2011 Scion tC

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Not to be outdone by the folks at Nissan, Scion has released its own augmented reality experience on the Web to promote the all new 2011 Scion tC. And just to one-up their competition, Scion’s application utilizes Flash and works straight on the website instead of having to download an application. Plus, it’s an interactive… Continue Reading...

2011 Scion tC Will Officially Have No TRD Version

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Rather than offer an entire TRD branded vehicle, those interested in performance parts for their 2011 Scion tC will have to pick and choose from Scion’s catalog in order to customize their brand new Scion tC. This clarification comes after a report that Scion would deliver an official TRD tC. The full parts catalog hasn’t… Continue Reading...

Scion Lowers Expectations for New tC; Still Plans to Double Sales

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Scion is lowering its expectations for the new 2011 tC, announcing sales targets below what the youth-oriented brand was targeting earlier this year. According to brand VP Jack Hollis, Scion is now hoping to sell between 35,000 to 45,000 of the cars – down from a 40,000 to 50,000 estimate in March. Still , Hollis… Continue Reading...

Toyota VP: Scion tC Could Spawn Variants

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Scion‘s tC Coupe could see additional variants spun off from its platform, including a 5-door variant. The tC, which shares its platform with the Lexus HS250h and European-market Toyota Avensis, is available in sedan, wagon and hatchback variants throughout the world. “This platform has plenty of flexibility to do more with,” Jack Hollis, Scion vice president-Toyota… Continue Reading...

2011 Scion tC Priced from $18,275

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After it’s debut at the New York Auto Show earlier this year, Scion has now announced pricing for the new 2011 second-generation tC. Models will start at $18,275 with a six-speed manual transmission, while a six-speed automatic model will start at $19,275. This represents over a $1,000 increase from last year’s model. The price hike… Continue Reading...

2011 Scion tC Tjin Edition Tuner Car Rendered by Gurnade

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As a brand, Scion has marketed its cars to a younger demographic that is interested in modifying/personalizing their vehicles. And with a new, second-generation tC model due out for 2011, it will be interesting to see if tuners continue to be drawn to Scions. In a definite sign of interest Gurnade (which specializes in high-quality… Continue Reading...

Win a 2011 Scion tC by Playing Video Games

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  Scion has just launched a new online “virtual competition” that will see one competitor drive away in a shiny new 2011 tC. Titled “Unlock the tC Road Trip,” players will take road trips and customize their tC online with the top four finalists being flown to Los Angeles to compete in a real world… Continue Reading...

Report: Scion tC Convertible May Bow In 2012

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Despite a dearth of sporty cars in its lineup, Toyota has always managed to have at least one convertible, from boulevard cruisers like the short-lived Celica convertible and the recently departed Camry Solara convertible, to more serious sports cars like the MR2 and Supra. With the Camry Solara gone, Toyota is looking for another open… Continue Reading...

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...