Toyota Motor Corp. has a lot riding on its Scion youth brand, the details of which are to be unveiled today at the New York Auto Show. Scion – a separate brand name akin to Lexus for the luxury segment but without the separate dealer network – is the auto maker’s latest attempt at luring seemingly elusive, younger-generation customers buying their first vehicles. Toyota denies that the now-defunct Genesis marketing group, its prior stab at catching the eye and the spending power of the ...

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