WASHINGTON – Toyota Motor Corp.’s Scion vehicles aren’t even on sale on a national basis yet, but officials last week met in Japan to begin planning the next-generation xA and xB. That’s because Scion is designed for shorter than average production cycles to keep pace with the attention span of the youth market the brand longs to capture. And while the successors may not be called the xA and xB, and while they likely won’t resemble the current iterations in the least, there definitely ...
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