DETROIT, July 30 (Reuters) - Less than two months after going on sale, the new Scion brand is already asking parent Toyota Motor Corp.'s to raise its production for the U.S. market, a Scion official said on Thursday. Toyota launched the Scion brand, targeted to young buyers looking for stylish vehicles priced under $16,000, in June with two cars for sale in California only. Sales of the boxy xB tall wagon, which remind some of a 1970s conversion van, have been nearly triple the company's ...
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