By Karey Wutkowski NEW YORK, March 20 (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Co's youthful urban brand Scion is considering adding a new model with a "polarizing" design to its line-up and surveying current Scion drivers about the kind of vehicle they would like to see, a senior executive said on Thursday. Dawn Ahmed, corporate manager of Scion, also told Reuters that the Toyota-owned brand expected little change in 2008 sales compared with last year, at about 130,000 vehicles. "Overall the light ...
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