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2015 Scion tC Release Series 9.0 Announced for $24k

Orange is the new black

Erick Ayapana
Oct 30, 2014

Just in time for Halloween is this orange and black Scion tC. Specifically, it’s the 2015 Scion tC Release Series 9.0, which is the latest model to get the Release Series treatment following the xB and the FR-S.

2015 Scion tC Release Series 9 rear side view Photo 2/12   |   2015 Scion Tc Release Series 9 Rear Side View

Here, the 2015 tC Release Series 9.0 is done up in magma orange paint on the lower half of the exterior, while black is used for the top half, wheels, door handles, and black-out badges. Scion turned to Cartel Customs for other visual mods including the aero kit, center-mounted exhaust, and rear spoiler.

Inside, the two-tone color treatment continues with black as the dominant color, while orange is used for the steering wheel, door handles, seat stitching, front seat belts, and air vent and instrument panel trim. Floor mats feature a Cartel Customs logo.

Aside from Toyota Racing Development lowering springs, there isn’t anything else to report regarding performance mods. Power still comes from a 179-hp 2.5-liter I-4 that can be mated to a six-speed auto or manual transmission.

Pricing for the manual-equipped tC Release Series 9.0 is $23,960, while the automatic is priced at $25,110. Those prices are $3980 more than a base model tC. Like previous Release Series, production will be limited, with just 2000 copies being produced. Look for the two-toned tC to arrive in dealerships by January 2015.

Source: Scion

2015 Scion tC Release Series 9 side view Photo 9/12   |   2015 Scion Tc Release Series 9 Side View
By Erick Ayapana
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