Toyota Motor Corp.’s Scion division plans to follow up its first two entries, the xA and xB, with a sporty 2-door coupe in June 2004, Scion officials say. The coupe is meant to firmly establish a family identity for the youth brand. Third Scion model will take cues from the ccX concept car. “When we introduce the third model, the face of Scion can be confirmed,” says Brian Bolain, national sales promotions manager-Scion. Whereas the first two Scions are based on existing ...

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