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tC needs new designs.

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    okay, it has been 2~3 years since tC came out.
    Lots of people have it.
    It's cool.
    Good to go.

    but i think it's time for Scion to announce new design or something.
    Redesigned tC will do it.
    Even though it will come out later, still. MAKE PEOPLE WAIT FOR IT.

    or like Acura TL, make it little more fresh.

    You see Detroit auto shows, LA autoshow, Washington auto show...

    i think it's tC's refreshing time.

    [IMG]http://i48.photobucket.co...etroit_HondaAccordCou.jpg[/IMG]

    (2008 Honda Accord Coupe)
    Well, it would have to have a different style b/c now everyone is using the Tiburon style, like honda. The 2 door, somewhat wedge style is ok but it's played out. But, that's how the import world is due to demand. I would go for a more square look like the older Skylines and Subarus.
    i personally don't like those cars that looks like a circle.
    doesn't look speedy at all.

    I like Prelude's design. not to circly, rectangular...
    i like it
    If Scion had a car that mimicks a Skyline GT-R, that car would SELL! Boxy body and all.
    Hell, box body with a 2AZ-FE turbo with full internal swap. Price of around 30K would be worth it. Very nice.
    probably..
    for the future cars, i hope their engines don't change that much cause

    good engines = expensive.
    expensive = no good.
    Scion's next car is (Fuse) is going to be an inline 4 cyl Turbo. 200 hp and 200 ft lb torque.
    200 HP = more than 20k
    But, how small is the engine if a turbo only brings it to 200 at the crank? That's a 1.5 or 1.6 liter with a turbo.
    Like all other cars from Asia,

    They Care about

    Styling 60%
    Engineering 40%
    It's going to be a 2.0 litre. very similar to what VW uses in their GTI.
    Not going to be worth it IMO.
    Quote:
    Styling 60%
    Engineering 40%


    Sounds like Hyundai
    when is fuse coming out?
    Orin wrote:
    Quote:
    Styling 60%
    Engineering 40%


    Sounds like Hyundai


    x10...haha
    i'm not a fan of how big sports coupes are becoming.. look at the new SI, tC, Tiburon, etc.. compare them to their previous Gens and you'll notice how big they've made the cars now.. I think the next tC should be smaller and with less options and junk so they can focus more on giving us a true "sports coupe"
    Vicious wrote:
    i'm not a fan of how big sports coupes are becoming.. look at the new SI, tC, Tiburon, etc.. compare them to their previous Gens and you'll notice how big they've made the cars now.. I think the next tC should be smaller and with less options and junk so they can focus more on giving us a true "sports coupe"


    I agree with you ^

    However, trend with new American cars remains: BIGGER.

    We've supersized our asses with McDonalds and now buyers needed bigger cars for their larger guts.

    A smaller car with minimal safety and options won't sell.

    Exactly, American demand is focused on how much we eat. I'm 6'3 and 150 lbs so I have no issue with cars other than height restrictions. I'm going to go out on a limb and say that at least 40% of Americans are overweight. And another guess is that at least 50% of them "require" SUVs for vehicles. They are so fat that a sport compact is just too small and probobly too under powered to get them moving. People just need to lay off on the fast food and the quantity of food they eat at each meal, exercise and eat better...........but, it's a losing battle so people will always stay fat and just get bigger and bigger. So, the sport compacts will become just sport....and then maybe sport SUV after that. It's pathetic.
    haha... half of Americans are overweight according to recent studies done by the American Heart Association.

    Working in a car dealership in the fattest state in America (Georgia) I see it first hand.

    "Oh this car is too small for me"

    "well bitch, lay off the sweet tea and get your cottage cheese butt on the treadmill and maybe you'll fit in it"---I'd love to say that.

    What I see the most of is 4x4 pickup trucks and Ford Expeditions, GMC Yukon, Chevy Tahoe...you get the idea. Now they want better gas mileage...LOL.
    Then you hear everyone complain about fuel prices. Hmmm, well, if your fat ass would stop eating, exercise and drop about 150-200 lbs, then maybe you could fit in a car that got more than 15 mpg. Just remember, the more you burn, the higher the price gets b/c demand is climbing in this scenario and supply is falling. Simple Economics people.
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