Scion Kei Miura-inspired TC Coupe Coming To New York Auto Show

Posted: Mar 16 2016, 12:28pm CDT | by , Updated: Mar 16 2016, 9:46pm CDT, in News | Cars & Vehicles

Scion Kei Miura-inspired tC Coupe coming to New York Auto Show
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The Scion booth will also feature three new concepts and three new project cars.

Scion is slated to present a final Kei Miura-inspired tC Release Series 10.0 coupe at the New York Auto Show. Scion will also present the most impressive project cars and concepts at the show.

The Scion booth will be a flurry of activity at the New York Auto Show. The tC sports coupe has been Scion’s most popular car for a long time. The new tC coupe will be the final edition MY16 tC Release Series 10.0 by Scion.

The car was developed in collaboration with Kei Miura, known for his JDM aerodynamic designs. The coupe will have an enhanced performance, and aggressive exterior and interior features.

The new tC RS 10.0 will be features in Barcelona Red at the NY auto show. The car is equipped with a Kei Miura-designed Aero Kit. The Kit includes a front lip spoiler, rocker panels, rear lower spoiler and a deck spoiler.

The car features black-out Scion badges, even the alloy wheels are all glossy black. The car comes with TRD performance lowering springs, which reduce the center of gravity.

Scion will make only 1,200 RS 10.0 tC coupes with a price tag of $23,190 or $24,340. The Scion concepts on display will be the 2002 BBx Concept, 2011 FR-S Concept and the 2009 iQ Concept. Similarly the display will also showcase 2004 FiveAxis speedster xA, the 2009 Kogi BBQ Truck xD and the 2014 Slayer tC.

“For those enthusiasts looking for a piece of history, this is a great opportunity to own our best tC ever,” says Scion Vice President Andrew Gilleland.

“With the TRD performance parts, the JDM Aero Kit and the screaming red and black color scheme, it’s a fitting tribute to Scion’s mission to build cars for younger customers.”

“We have a lot of fans that are sorry to see Scion being transitioned to Toyota,” said Gilleland. “But it’s the right thing to do, and we know the spirit of Scion will live on, so we are going out in style.”

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