There's a change going on at Scion. The entry-level Toyota-owned brand is maturing. The boxy xB is on the way out as new vehicles, aimed at niche driving markets, emerge.
Our interest in the FR-S—a smartly designed front engine, rear-drive sports car—is well documented. On the other end of the spectrum, the diminutive iQ
has found place in our hearts. The idea of the mini city car is increasingly exciting, and this option adds decent seating and a sweet sound system to a growing sector. Of course, we could bore you will all types of stories about parking easily and making old people smile. You can read about that in our review of the Chevy Spark
. For the iQ
we've decided to highlight five surprising realities within the Toyota family's smallest package.