When everybody was thinking that Scion will never shine again as once, the producer surprised us at the New York Auto Show with the today's reveal: the new iQ concept. Inspired on the Toyota iQ microcompact, Scion reworked both the interior and the exterior of the iQ with the help of Five Axis design company and obtained spectacular results.
The new model of just 126.9 inch long is fitted out to the corners with 18-inch wheels, making it look more like roller-skate rather than a vehicle.
The exterior points out a wide bodykit and front spoiler, HID driving lights and a central trapezoidal exhaust system. The interior is all about high quality materials and a good looking ten inch LCD screen assures the perfect match for the entertainment system and the navigation controls.
Its capacity is of three adults and one children or, if just for luggage, the rear seats can be folded for more space. The new iQ features a 1.3 L 4-cylinder engine capable of 93HP, updated suspension with coil-over signed by Tein, ABS and Toyota's Vehicle Stability Control (VSC).
It is not confirmed that the car will be available for the US market but there is a high probability for Scion to have success with the new iQ version considering the growing interest for the little smart, compact and fuel saving vehicles.