I like the interior a lot... this is base+1 version, not the top one. And it looks very good at that. Usually Toyota's cheaper versions of interior looked bad, but not this one... look at how well it is put together. For instance, new Golf interior looks very nice, but plastic fitment is nowhere as good...
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Toyota’s struggling Scion brand will soon get some much needed new product, with an insider confirming a new hatchback will be added to the lineup as well as a product the brand has never before offered, a sedan.
The hatchback, AutoGuide has learned, is likely to be a version of the Toyota Auris. In many ways this function-focused hatchback will be a spiritual successor to the Toyota Matrix.
The second generation Auris was introduced to the European and Japanese markets in 2013 and is available with all-wheel drive as an option.
Scion has released the first teaser images of the iM concept, ahead of its debut at the Los Angeles Auto Show on November 19th.
The pictures don't reveal much but Scion says the concept reflects the "evolution of Scion as the needs and desires of its youthful customers also evolve."
That's not much to go one but we can see a slender grille which is flanked by angular headlights and large air intakes. The model also features lightweight alloy wheels and a high-performance braking system.
While Scion is staying relatively tight-lipped, the concept appears to resemble the Toyota Auris. This isn't too surprising as previous reports have indicated the xB will be replaced by a rebadged version of the aforementioned model.