LOUISVILLE, KY – As Toyota Motor Corp.’s groundbreaking Scion youth brand edges closer to its fourth birthday, the auto maker is readying new models to keep the marque fresh. In doing so, Toyota will drop the xA hatchback and boxy xB next spring in favor of two new ’08 vehicles. The brand launched sales with the two vehicles in California in June 2003 and will end their production in December. “The xA and xB will always be very special models for us and have contributed greatly to ...

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