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Old 10-23-2008, 12:02 PM   #1
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Modelista Tuned iQ








Scion iQ in the USA.

The choice of rims could've been better. Just add yellow .

Yay or nay?

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Old 10-23-2008, 06:58 PM   #2
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what makes it modellista tuned? looks like its riding on stock suspension and stock skinny little tires. any info on it?i could be a respectable little track car if you could get it to 100-120 whp.
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Old 10-23-2008, 07:31 PM   #3
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Still like the Yaris better.
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Old 10-24-2008, 09:22 AM   #5
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what makes it modellista tuned? any info on it?
rims and yellow. no info yet.

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Still like the Yaris better.
the iQ is smaller than the Yaris.
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Old 10-24-2008, 01:53 PM   #6
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Ugly. The other Modellista kits for other Toyota models have been pleasant so far.
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^random bump much?
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looks like i could fit two of them in the back of the tundra
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looks like i could fit two of them in the back of the tundra
^ WTF is that???? is that a midget car or something???
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must be for all those tree huggers who voted for obama
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Old 04-01-2009, 03:17 PM   #13
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This Scion iQ looks similar to the Toyota iQ city car now on sale in Europe. The iQ is billed as a 3+1. That means it could carry three adults and a child, or some luggage. Its size and shape bring to mind the Smart Fortwo.

Though it's small, the iQ has earned top safety rankings in Europe. Leading its safety features is an airbag that deploys to cover the rear window, protecting the heads of back-seat passengers in a rear collision.

Officially, this Scion iQ is a concept. But there's little doubt that a production version will hit Scion's U.S. dealerships in the near future.
I'd take this over a Smart car any day.
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lol i thought it was showing it from the back.. the black lines gave the impression of a rear spoiler
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hmm, kind of reminds me of a grunt from halo
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Scion's iQ concept is a new urban vehicle with a revolutionary package that is just over 10 feet in length and accommodates three plus luggage. As more and more urban centers are revitalized with a new sense of purpose, energy, and creativity, young people are moving in from the suburbs to embrace new urbanism and are looking for a car that suits their needs and delivers high emotional value.

Scion's iQ concept is the intelligent answer to this need for highly emotional and efficient urban transportation. The convenience of having work, entertainment and culture nearby for young city-dwellers is a significant draw to urban centers. The vehicle must be able to navigate narrow, congested streets, park in tight places, have impressive fuel economy, and have compelling design and function.

"Scion's iQ concept turns traditional auto design upside down," said Jack Hollis, Scion vice president. "Traditionally small vehicles have been thought of as being basic. The iQ concept is just the opposite with its innovative features and iconic urban design, and we believe it fits in well within the Scion brand. Our young, trendsetting buyers are creative and innovative forward thinkers, and we think they will appreciate what iQ has to offer."

The production iQ is currently sold in Japan and Europe. Five Axis of Huntington Beach, Calif. took the iQ to the next level with aggressive exterior and interior modifications that show the vehicle's potential for personalization.

With its 78.7-inch wheelbase, the three-door hatchback can deftly maneuver through city traffic. At the same time, its overall length of 126.9-inches, overall width of 71.4-inches, and short front and rear overhangs allow the iQ to fit in virtually any city parking space. The front-mounted differential and repositioned steering rack decrease front end length. In addition, the iQ is equipped with a flat gas tank housed beneath the floor that reduces rear overhang.

Pushing the wheels of the small, bold concept towards the four corners of the body gives the iQ a confident stance. The custom 18-inch wheels with a nickel finish and wide tires fill the wheel well, adding to its surefootedness. The iQ's custom front air dam, aero headlamps and high-intensity LED driving lamps signal urban road readiness.

"We believe the Scion iQ micro-subcompact concept is the future of transportation," said Hollis. "If it should join our future line-up, I think it could reach iconic status like our xB. Its styling will attract attention and if it's a Scion, you know it'll be easy to personalize."

The iQ's profile is defined by a strong and high beltline. Smooth lines glide from the large, dark finish headlamps, up the A-pillar, across the roof and wrap around the rear emphasizing the concept's geometric beauty. Side mirrors with integrated turn signals accent the clean design.

The rear emphasizes the vehicle's modern style. Trapezoidal lines run toward the wheels, from the hatch to the thick rear diffuser, creating a substantial presence. A center-mounted trapezoid exhaust adds to the vehicle's distinctiveness, while large, matte-finished rear taillights help keep the vehicle visible.

The iQ's interior fuses function, style and entertainment. Attention to detail and modern accents can be seen in the illuminated door handle; the swiveling spotlight that hovers over the dash; an illuminated iQ logo on the passenger-side dash and nickel and raw aluminum toned interior panels. Iridescent green and gray honeycomb upholstery covering the door panels and seating areas, combined with the custom exterior paint, provides a balance of freshness and sophistication. Black matte scuba-like polyurethane covers the seat bolsters and is also used on the headliner with a bright green topstitch for a contemporary finish.

The iQ features a 10-inch panel LCD screen on top of the center cluster that serves as the main entertainment console and navigation system interface. With the push of a button, the touch-screen articulates to reveal the entertainment hub. The touch screen can also play movies while the vehicle is parked. When not in use, the screen lays flat on the dash with a translucent cover that emits a colorful display of light patterns to make the interior even more unique.

A few quick strokes to the black panel below the entertainment hub, or steering wheel controls, command the audio system to shuffle through a music library. The center cluster also features three control knobs for dual front heating and air conditioning settings. The driver and front passenger each have a knob that displays their desired temperature and controls their temperature and fan settings. The center knob dictates zone control for both occupants.

The instrument panel has a speedometer, warning lamps, and a multi-information display. The multi-information display allows the driver to toggle through the odometer, average speed, temperature and eco lamp. The eco lamp illuminates during efficient driving to help the driver achieve maximum fuel economy.

Comfortable front passenger legroom was achieved with a newly-engineered, compact air conditioning unit located behind the center of the front console. The iQ employs a glove bag, with the same textured, honeycomb fabric as the front and rear seats, that can be easily snapped on and off for storage or additional legroom.

Rear seating can accommodate one adult behind the front passenger and a child, small package, or pet behind the driver. Extra slim front seat backs provide rear passengers with legroom. The rear seats are 50/50 and fold flat for increased utility. In addition, the rear seat cushion lifts up to reveal a small flat storage space that can be used for pocket-sized portable music players, small books, digital cameras, or slim laptops.

The iQ does not skimp on safety and is equipped with Vehicle Stability Control (VSC); an anti-lock brake system (ABS) with Electronic Brake force Distribution (EBD); Brake Assist (BA); and nine SRS airbags, which includes the world's first rear window curtain airbag. Other airbags include driver and front passenger front airbags; driver and front passenger seat-mounted side airbags; side curtain airbags; a driver knee airbag; and a front passenger seat cushion airbag.


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Old 04-08-2009, 01:46 PM   #21
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That looks really nice
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Old 04-10-2009, 12:49 AM   #23
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nice rims and projectors...
the rest... iono, have seen better interiors and others stuffs
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I'd pick that car over the Smart Car!
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damn nice! I love the wide-body and the stance (reminds me of a small asian with a karate stance, )
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Old 04-19-2009, 07:45 PM   #26
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Old 04-20-2009, 12:49 PM   #27
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Better then those ****ty smart cars.
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Old 04-20-2009, 01:15 PM   #28
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I like it, so much better than a smart car. Pretty good stance, and nice and low. Not like the smart that looks like it'll blow over on a windy day
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Its awsome. They should do it.

It ought to be REALLy surefooted and quite light - it might not be a horrible autocross car assuming it has at least 100 HP.
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Better then the Smart car i agree, but it is ugly.
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Some of you have already seen this, but here it is without all of the accessories:



It still looks good.
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I laugh every time I see a smart on the road - they just look teeny and rediculous. This think actually looks decent.
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While it's still too small for my liking (with the crazy traffic we have here I'm worried to be sandwiched by cars as big as Honda Civics ) I'll take it over a Smart any day and every day. At last count there were only two Smarts here.

I wouldn't mind having an Aygo Crazy though.
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Chief engineer Hiroki Nakajima says the tiny car is central to Toyota's global carbon dioxide reduction strategy. It needs minimal modifications, mostly to the bumpers, to meet U.S. standards. The car will be lengthened by an inch and a half, and it still will be six-inches shorter than the body-kitted New York concept car. Airbags will be recalibrated for unbelted and out-of-position occupants. The car has nine bags, including one above the rear window for rear seat occupants' heads in a tail-end impact.
I'm ready to see these on US roads.

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Looks fantastic ! i can see they got the idea from the EU Yaris, although it doesn't look very safe to me, i wonder what kind of motor will be in there, surely a 2zz would be nice
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what engine(s) will it get?
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what engine(s) will it get?
Probably a 1.4 and 1.6 inline-4.
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Probably a 1.4 and 1.6 inline-4.
cool, the little cousins of the current corolla engine?
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the little cousins of the current corolla engine?
To be honest I don't know. We'll find out together when it gets here.
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kinda looks like a tiny 4th gen eclipse.
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Looks cool actually.

Anyone see this though?

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Old 08-09-2009, 01:08 AM   #48
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I sense someone got confused with the iQ and the Smart.
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Old 08-24-2009, 06:37 AM   #49
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The biggest change is under the hood with a 1.3L 2NR-FE engine (also to be made available on regular iQ models) mated to a model specific 6-speed manual transmission putting out 98PS at 6000rpm and 12.4kg/m at 4400rpm. Lowered suspension, body reinforcement, special 16 inch alloy wheels and rear disk brakes make the GRMN a much sportier proposition but probably won’t entice too many Altezza or MR-S owners to trade in their cars.

There are only 100 examples available which should go some way to justifying the almost 2,000,000 JPY asking price (not including the optional features in the images).




Not for North America.

That would be such a fun daily-driver.

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Old 08-29-2009, 02:51 PM   #50
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Doesn't look bad I think it looks nice. Way better than the smart car. I wonder what engine it will get as well. Probably the 1.5L off the 04-06 Scion Xb. They should cancel the Yaris and keep the IQ if it gets released.
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