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Scion Concept Tease Previews All-New Vehicle

The concept, likely a crossover, will make its world debut November 18-19 at the Los Angeles auto show.

Kelly Pleskot
Oct 6, 2015

Scion has released a teaser image for the concept vehicle it will debut at the Los Angeles auto show next month. The model previews Scion's third all-new vehicle following the recent debuts of the iM hatchback and iA sedan.

From the image, it looks like the new Scion concept could be a small crossover. And we wouldn't be surprised if that was the case, considering that the subcompact crossover segment has ballooned recently with the introduction of the Fiat 500X, Jeep Renegade, Honda HR-V, Mazda CX-3 and a host of other vehicles. And since Scion already has sedans, coupes, hatchbacks, and wagons, building a crossover seems like a natural way to expand its lineup.

What we do know is that Scion is looking to introduce its third all-new vehicle beginning in 2017. Meanwhile, Scion has only just started selling its other two new vehicles, but has seen some sales success. Scion sold 2,035 copies of the iA and 1,353 copies of the iM during their first month of sales in September. Those numbers mean that both of the new cars outsold the tC and xB last month.

The Scion concept will make its world debut November 18-19 at the Los Angeles auto show.

Source: Scion

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