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Our Favorite Auto Show Debuts of 2015

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December 24, 2015

All year long, the editors at AUTOMOBILE trawl auto shows far and wide to bring you news on the most important and most exciting car debuts. We highlight the production cars that will have the biggest impact on your daily life, as well as the concepts set to change the path of the automotive industry. Here’s what we said about our favorite auto show debuts of the entire 2015 season.

The Hits of the Detroit Auto Show

Ford GT
Carbon-fiber bodywork, a twin-turbo EcoBoost engine, and looks that earned our covetedDesign of the Year award? No wonder we liked Ford’s new supercar.
“The Ford GT of the mid-’60s was a race car homologated for street, and so is the new Ford GT. Many race cars are ugly because function defines the form (think 2014 Formula 1 cars), but the ’66 and ’16 Ford GTs are not.” — Todd Lassa

Ford GT At 2015 Detroit Auto Show Side Profile

Acura NSX
Way overdue and clearly overshadowed by Ford’s GT, the Acura NSX hybrid supercar nonetheless made a splash when it finally appeared in production form.
“It has great supercar proportions, and a wild hybrid powertrain that clearly signals the way of the future… Yes, I think the Ford GT looks better, and I suspect I would enjoy driving it more, but the Acura NSX is still a great debut.” — Jake Holmes
2016 Acura NSX Side Profile

Buick Avenir Concept
Buick’s stylists knocked it out of the park with a striking new design that brought more attention to the Buick stand than any time in recent memory. Though just a concept, the Buick Avenir shows the brand’s future design language and hints at a large luxury car.
“The aim of the concept, says design director Richard Ferlazzo, is to imagine how Buick styling would look if it had evolved from its 20th century heyday ‘without taking a turn and winding up in Albuquerque.’ Here’s hoping the Avenir makes it to production and shows Buick the way home. “ — Robert Cumberford
2015 Buick Avenir Concept Front Three Quarter 4

Audi Q7
Putting cars on an aluminum diet is becoming more and more common, and we were impressed to see a new Audi Q7 that sheds hundreds of pounds compared to its predecessor. Couple that with smart technology and a sleek new look, and the Q7 turned heads.
“Looks sophisticated and upscale with its conservative, station-wagon-like proportions and minimalist, attractive interior.” — Joseph Capparella
2016 Audi Q7 Fornt Three Quarter

Ford Shelby GT350R Mustang
As if the GT weren’t enough a performance-car hit, Ford also showed off the GT350 and track-ready GT350R versions of the Mustang. We were instantly smitten.
“Not only does the GT350R look the business, with giant functional aero bits, wheels that sit flush with the fenders, a fabulous blue paint job, and awesome gray stripes, but it should be a righteous performer on the track. Any car with 305/30 front tires will grip well, and Ford’s new 5.2-liter flat-plane V-8 should make straightaways plenty fun, too.” — JH
Ford Shelby GT350R Mustang Front Three Quarters

Volkswagen Cross Coupe GTE
We’ve seen several different Volkswagen crossovers at auto shows, but this is the one that most clearly points toward a new production model.
“Late as this model is, I hear its lower body, with very expressive fender creases, is production-ready… You’re pretty much looking at the new three-row crossover, and it could be the best-looking model in a very bland segment.” — TL
Volkswagen Cross Coupe GTE Concept Front Three Quarter 02

The Hits of the Chicago Auto Show

Honda Pilot
It’s not often we get this excited about family crossovers, but the Honda Pilot impressed us with a sharp new look, clever engineering, and Honda’s trademark ability for packing as much practicality into a car as possible.
“I think Honda is smart to follow the mainstream with this redesign. No one is looking for excitement or standout styling from a family crossover, and the 2016 Pilot has lots of thoughtful details and an advanced new powertrain that should build on its already solid reputation.” — JC

2016 Honda Pilot Front Three Quarter 03

Volkswagen Golf SportWagen
We had already fallen for the regular seventh-gen Golf hatchback’s cocktail of style, substance, and all-round driving goodness. When Volkswagen rolled out an even more spacious wagon version that asks very few compromises of buyers, we couldn’t say no. (Of course, that was before we knew about the issues with Volkswagen diesel engines.)
“This wagon is looking more and more enticing as a compact crossover alternative, especially once the all-wheel-drive version joins the mix. For now, $25,000 gets you a well-equipped, 43 mpg diesel version of this nicely packaged compact wagon that packs 30.4 cu-ft of space behind the rear seats. That’s more space than in VW’s own Tiguan crossover.” — JC
Kia Trail’ster Concept
The Kia Soul has been a huge hit, especially with younger buyers, but it could start losing ground to the new wave of subcompact crossovers like the Honda HR-V and Jeep Renegade. Unless, that is, Kia were to launch a toughened all-wheel-drive model inspired by this concept.
“An all-wheel-drive Kia Soul makes all the sense in the world, and a car like the Trail’ster would give Kia a quick, easy entry into the subcompact crossover market… Lookswise, the Trail’ster is a nice variation on the Soul.” — JC
Kia Trailster Concept Side 02

The Hits of the Geneva Auto Show

Bentley EXP 10 Speed 6 Concept
With dramatic style and a serious emphasis on the word “speed,” the surprise-hit Bentley took the auto show by storm. It’s just the type of expensive, beautiful, and fast car we expect from the Bentley boys.
“A brawny two-seat sports coupe like the Speed 6 — emphasis on Speed — is a car the brand and its fearless leader Wolfgang Duerheimer most definitely want and have talked about in recent months. Its design inside and out moves the brand forward while it avoids making a radical statement, so it should slot right into the Bentley portfolio without much fuss.” — Mike Floyd

Bentley EXP 10 Speed 6 Concept Front Three Quarter

Ford Focus RS
We love the Focus ST, so imagine how excited we are for an all-wheel-drive version with more horsepower and, yes, a Drift Mode for the AWD and traction control. It also looks fantastic in this liquid blue paint.
“Do we need a new competitor to replace the lame-duck Mitsubishi Evolution X for three-way comparos with the VW Golf R and Subaru WRX STI? Yes, we do. Get out the studded tires and check ice thickness on the frozen lake.” — TL
Ford Focus RS Front Three Quarters 02

Koenigsegg Regera Hybrid
“Hybrid” usually conjures images of dawdling Priuses clogging up the left lane. In this case, Swedish exotic manufacturer Koenigsegg used hybrid technology to build an astonishing 1,500-hp machine with transforming bodywork. How cool is that?
“The automotive world is a better place with guys like Christian von Koenigsegg in it. His unholy monster machines are among the world’s most unusual and extreme vehicles, and with the new Koenigsegg Regera ‘hybrid’ with 1,500-plus horsepower, his company has done it again… With the Regera, von Koenigsegg continues his reign as one of the unquestioned kings of ultimate performance.” — MF
Koenigsegg Regera Front Three Quarter

Glickenhaus SCG 003
With both road-car and racing versions planned, Cameron Glickenhaus’ new performance machine immediately caught our attention.
“Like the Ford GT, it’s powered by a 3.5-liter turbocharged V-6. Glickenhaus wants to take the car apart, bring it to the U.S. and re-assemble it as a hobbyist. The feds have given him a green light. He says fast sports cars ought to look more like Le Mans prototypes, and he plans to enter the Le Mans GT3 class with his race car version.” — RC
Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus SCG 003 Show Floor Front Image

The Hits of the New York Auto Show

Lincoln Continental Concept
Forget dowdy sedans that easily betray their Ford origins. The Lincoln Continental concept is a big, brash American luxury sedan with exactly the sort of poise and promise that’s been missing from Lincoln for too long.
“Those glory days are gone, and efficient turbo sixes, 30-way seats, advanced telematics, and aluminum construction are the way of the future, but the spirit of what made American sedans great are in small part represented by the Continental and Cadillac CT6.” — MF

Lincoln Continental Concept Front Three Quarter

Cadillac CT6
Speaking of American luxury sedans, the Cadillac CT6 made its debut at the same show as the Continental. With rear-wheel-drive bones and all the style we’ve come to expect from modern Caddys, it make a bit impression on show attendees.
“Fabulous interior, great technology, and sharp styling all make me optimistic for Cadillac’s future.” — JH
2016 Cadillac CT6 Side

Honda Civic Concept
Not only did Honda surprise us with a wild-looking Civic coupe concept, but the makers of VTEC promised they’d bring a hatchback and a wild Type R version of the Civic to America.
“I like surprises. Especially when they come in screaming lime green. Better still that this concept—and the news that the Civic hatchback and Type R (!!) are U.S.-bound—is living proof that Honda hasn’t totally lost its mojo.” — Eric Weiner
Honda Civic Concept Front End 02

Porsche Boxster Spyder
You might have heard us waxing poetic about the Boxster, but we got even more excited when the Boxster Spyder arrived. Lighter, more powerful, and a more aggressive suspension had our mouths watering as soon as the topless car hit the show stage. And best of all, the only transmission choice is a six-speed manual.
“Pure and purpose-driven, the Boxster Spyder is sure to be a masterpiece with its 375-hp flat-six, six-speed manual, and open-top thrills. Even better, Porsche promised me that the nightmarish soft top from the last Spyder is a shadow of the past, and the new mechanism is a breeze to operate.” — EW
2016 Porsche Boxster Spyder Front Three Quarter

Chevrolet Malibu
Lighter, more spacious, and with a fresh design, the Chevrolet Malibu inspired mixed reactions. But most editors recognized the new model was an important upgrade for Chevy’s midsizer.
“The new Malibu isn’t nearly as handsome as the 2008 model, but it’s a huge step forward from the current car.” — TL
2016 Chevrolet Malibu Front Three Quarters

Mazda MX-5 Miata Club Edition
Our Miata fever spiked when we saw the most performance-focused variant of the all-new ND-edition roadster. While the MX-5 has traditionally been more about driving joy than all-out performance, we roadster fanboys were still thrilled to see the upgraded car on display.
“Upgraded shocks, a limited-slip diff, and a shock-tower brace should make for even sharper handling, and the optional Brembo brakes and BBS wheels are a must-have for Miata freaks like me. As the Internet commenters like to say, shut up and take my money!” — JH
Mazda MX 5 Miata Club Launch Edition Front Three Quarter

Volkswagen Golf SportWagen Alltrack
We fell in love with the Golf SportWagen at the Chicago auto show, and were even more intrigued by this Alltrack version that appeared in New York. The basic strategy is a time-honored way to make regular cars tougher: All-wheel drive, fender cladding, and a raised ride height.
“Maybe make-believe off-road capability from tough-ish skidplates and one more inch of ride height is what it takes to trick Americans into buying wagons. So be it. Subaru figured that out with the Outback a long time ago.” — EW
2017 Volkswagen Golf SportWagen Alltrack Front Three Quarter 02

Nissan Maxima
Ignore the fact that Nissan has resurrected its ambitious “four-door sports car” label for the new Maxima, and you’ll find a handsome, spacious, and powerful sedan that’s far more appealing than the model it replaces.
“The Maxima’s interior looks rich and inviting, and while I’m not normally a big fan of diamond-tufted interior, when done up in a suede-like fabric, as in the Maxima, it looks tasteful.” — TL
2016 Nissan Maxima Front Three Quarter 03

McLaren 570S
The boys from Woking have shown they can build great supercars, but now they’re offering a slightly more affordable one to the masses. More affordable, easier to live with, and claimed to be more fun to drive, the 570S is a welcome addition to the sports-car scene.
“McLaren’s most ‘affordable’ offering, the 570S, is also its most attractive.” — Mac Morrison
2016 McLaren 570S Front Three Quarter

The Hits of the Frankfurt Auto Show

Porsche Mission E Concept
We know almost every manufacturer will build electric cars in the future, and Porsche’s vision of a four-door EV proves that’s no bad thing for car enthusiasts. Did we mention that it has 600 hp?
“Any car with a claimed 600 horsepower, a 3.5 second 0-60 time and Nurburgring lap of under 8 minutes is going to get our undivided attention, even if it was powered by 600 hamsters… It also looks right on the outside, with a killer four door coupe profile (good luck getting in back) cribbing present 911 looks with an overall future profile that no doubt presages the next Panamera. This car looks to be relatively close to production and if so, it’s game-on Tesla Model S.” — MF

Porsche Mission E Front Three Quarter 02

Bugatti Vision Gran Turismo
The latest in a long line of real-world concepts developed originally for the Gran Turismo video-game series, the Vision Gran Turismo essentially bridges the gap between the erstwhile Veyron and the forthcoming Chiron. It’s not a real car, but we sure wouldn’t mind getting behind the wheel.
“Bugatti president Wolfgang Durheimer has made it clear that the car features several design cues we will see on the coming production model. The Vision Gran Turismo was designed with racing Bugattis from the brand’s storied history in mind. Many elements of the car have been tested in simulations and it has a luxurious, high-tech interior befitting a multi-million dollar hyper car. It’s a concept that has us more intrigued than ever about what we will see from Bugatti in its real world future.” — MF
Bugatti Vision Gran Turismo Concept Front Three Quarter 02

Mercedes-Benz Concept IAA
Active aerodynamic panels move to significantly reduced aero drag at speed, a feature said to be feasible for a production model. That could help a real-world EV improve its driving range, making battery-powered cars even more realistic for everyday use.
“Rumors Mercedes will have a Tesla Model S-fighting full-electric luxury sedan by 2018 are pretty accurate. I think this sleek, midsize sedan with its active aero that reduces drag from a 0.25 coefficient down to 0.19, could be the Model S competitor. The aero-aids are feasible for production and would help extend range.” — TL
Mercedes Benz Concept IAA Front Three Quarter In Motion 01

Audi E-Tron Quattro Concept
What if Audi build an all-electric crossover to take on the Tesla Model X? This concept is a strong hint as to what that vehicle, slated to reach production as the Q6, will look like.
“Audi’s fresh, clean exterior design, 310-mile range, and 50-minute charge time for the E-Tron Quattro electric luxury crossover mean [Tesla] will have a serious competitor in the all-electric space, perhaps for the first time. A serious EV with an Audi-like interior and without a beta-test release cycle may well turn eyes and dollars away from today’s Electric Jesus.” — Nelson Ireson
Audi E Tron Quattro Concept Front Three Quarter 01

Volkswagen Tiguan
Though not headed to the U.S. market in this form, the new Volkswagen Tiguan is an impressive entry in the crossover space. Lighter than before and more spacious, the car’s increased levels of technology distract us from the fact that it, uh, doesn’t look any different than the old one.
“No, it doesn’t look much different from before, but it’s roomier and it sheds weight…. This Tiguan is a smart update to the first gen, but I’m most impressed by the tech on board: A 12.3-inch full-color instrument cluster is impressive technology inside what is essentially an affordable family crossover.” — JH
Volkswagen Tiguan R Line Front Three Quarter 02

Jaguar F-Pace
Jaguar is branching out into the crossover territory that was traditionally the realm of sibling brand Land Rover. But the F-Pace looks to blend sportiness and luxury in a way that might draw in a good number of buyers to Jaguar showrooms.
“I sat in the back seat and was pleasantly surprised to find that unlike, say, a Range Rover Evoque, there is plentiful legroom and headroom for adults to actually ride long distances. Couple that with the lightweight aluminum architecture and gutsy engines we know and love, and this Jag is an easy hit for me.” — JH
2017 Jaguar F Pace Front Three Quarter

Infiniti Q30
The partnership between Nissan and Daimler has allowed Infiniti to borrow Mercedes-Benz parts to build its new Q30 hatchback. A sleek design and plush interior should make the Q30 a strong contender in the entry-level segment.
“This is platform sharing done right. The gorgeous curves and creases on this Q30 are not only as wild as the 2013 concept, but also a far cry from the Mercedes-Benz models that underpin this compact hatch. Infiniti claims it drives with as much excitement as its looks imply, which would be a welcome change from the Benz models.” — JH
2017 Infiniti Q30 20t Sport Front Three Quarter Motion

Lamborghini Huracán Spyder
The coupe thrilled us enough to win a 2015 All-Star award, and the topless variant looks to be equally exciting. How can you argue with a V-10-powered convertible?
“The Huracán Spyder is a supermodel posing for the paparazzi on the sands of Ibiza. Removing the roof doesn’t typically do any favors to a supercar’s performance, but modern carbon-aluminum engineering means the Spyder should be every bit as sharp as its buttoned-up sister—and even more gorgeous to look at.” — NI
Lamborghini Huracan Spyder Side Profile 02

Mercedes-Benz S-Class Cabriolet
The coupe version of Mercedes’ luxurious S-Class was stunning enough to win our coveted2015 Design of the Year award. The convertible is no less pretty, bringing Mercedes’ excellent balance of style and performance to the luxury convertible segment.
“This is the first big, S-Class Mercedes convertible built since 1971. In the second age since the ‘70s in which the convertible market seems doomed, I just want to get behind the wheel of this triple-layered ragtop and cruise the Amalfi coast.” — TL
Mercedes Benz S500 Cabriolet Side Profile

Mercedes-Benz C-Class Coupe
Another variant of an All-Star winner, the C-Class Coupe seduced us with its dramatic looks, pretty interior, and the expectation that it will drive as well as its sedan progenitor.
“Who knew Benz’s new design language lent itself to two-door cars so well? I like the sensuous, rakish roofline and deep tumblehome. The C-Class sedan has caught the BMW 3 Series in chassis dynamics. Now, the 4 Series had better watch out.” — TL
Mercedes Benz C Class Coupe Front Three Quarter

Rolls-Royce Dawn
A roofless version of the glamorous ultra-lux Rolls-Royce Wraith coupe, the Dawn had us all dreaming of fabulous getaways in exotic destinations — especially once we sunk into the plush leather seats.
“A nice car with the top up or top down, and comfortable for me in the back seat.” — RC
2017 Rolls Royce Dawn Rear Three Quarter With Top Down 02

The Hits of the Tokyo Auto Show

Mazda RX-Vision Concept
Is it the return of the RX-7/8 and rotary engines? The gorgeous RX-Vision concept gives us hope for more sporty Mazda models, especially if they drive with the passion expressed in this show car’s sexy bodywork.
“You’d have a very hard time finding anyone here who wasn’t immediately smitten with the RX-Vision concept, Mazda’s likely future super sports car. The big shocker was the Skyactive-R Wankel engine revealed by the “RX” part of the name… The RX’s long hood is curious given the relative compact packaging of the rotary engine, but it looks sleek and sexy. Big time hit.” — MF

Mazda RX Vision Live Shots Front Three Quarter 2

Yamaha Sports Ride Concept
What if motorcycle manufacturer Yamaha built a tiny mid-engine sports car? While no engine was specified, Yamaha has access to a wide range of high-performance bike engines that we’d love to have in a compact sports coupe like this one.
“Looking like a love child between an NSX and an Alfa Romeo 4C, the mid-engine Sports Ride concept, roughly the size of the 4C, is another toe in the water for Yamaha to determine if it should build cars… The world needs more sports cars, so go ahead and build it, Yamaha — we dare you.” — MF
Yamaha Sports Ride Concept Front Three Quarter

Nissan Concept 2020 Vision Gran Turismo
For now this is purely a virtual car for video gamers, but we’ve got our fingers crossed the in-your-face, flared-to-the-max bodywork is a hint as to the design of the next-generation GT-R.
“Could you imagine trying to maintain those side sculptures in production? Hate to be the engineer who would have to create the doors. Doubt those jet exhaust taillights could make it to the assembly line. Still, like the Mazda RX-Vision, the 2020 Vision Gran Turismo is damn exciting and points a direction I hope its creator is headed.” — John Lamm
Nissan Concept 2020 Vision Gt Front Three Quarter

Subaru Impreza 5-Door Concept
When Subaru brings out a new Impreza, we hope it looks as cool as this concept car. Deep character lines, a sporty sloped roofline, and a wide stance all promises great things for the next Impreza.
“Come on, Subaru, you can do it. Yes, you showed the WRX Concept a couple of New Yorks ago and failed to deliver anything even remotely like it, but I believe in you. You can – finally — dodge the ugly stick. You can build this Impreza. Right?” — NI
Subaru Impreza Concept Front Three Quarter 02

Subaru Viziv Concept
Subaru also won us over with a crossover concept that could preview a significantly cooler-looking Forester, Outback, or even Tribeca. Time will tell what this concept will lead to, but for now it’s a stark improvement to Subaru’s crossover styling language.
“Imagine the Viziv concept stretched to accommodate three rows of seats, and you have the Tribeca replacement, which has not been long awaited because … Tribeca. This design ought to erase any memory of that ill-conceived model.” — TL
Subaru Viziv Concept Front Three Quarter 02

Lexus LF-LC
A big four-door coupe from Lexus stood out in a big way. While this concept packed a hydrogen fuel-cell powertrain and had plenty of flashy show-car touches, it should point the way toward a new LS flagship sedan.
“Because Lexus leads the long luxury car concept with its signature spindle grille, of which some of us aren’t too fond, I had to see it in the metal myself. Well, it works very nicely indeed. This time the grille makes sense, both in its size and texture.” — JL
Lexus LF FC Concept Front Three Quarter 03

Toyota Kikai Concept
It’s a… car? Exposed suspension, a central driving position, and an ultra-chic interior provide a tantalizing idea of the type of urban runabout that could be in Toyota’s future. Not that a model this extreme will ever see production, of course.
“This snappy little runabout is a return to what used to make the Tokyo show special; concepts designed to get tongues wagging and jaws dropping. It stands zero chance of being built, but maybe Toyota will let us get behind the wheel someday, just for Kikais, of course.” — MF
Toyota KIKAI Live Front Three Quarter

The Hits of the Los Angeles Auto Show

Fiat 124 Spider
The most controversial L.A. debut, according to our editors, was the 124 Spider. Is it a dorky and pointless roadster, or a super-cool return to fun for the Fiat brand? But the overall consensus was that we were happy to see Fiat selling a turbocharged, restyled version of our beloved MX-5 Miata.
“To me, it blends a clean, modern look with nicely balanced retro cues. All the sheetmetal is unique… Here’s hoping that when Fiat says it retuned the shocks and springs, the engineers didn’t go too soft. I’m also perturbed that the upper of two trim levels, as well as the limited-edition launch model, come only with a six-speed automatic.” — TL

2017 Fiat 124 Spider Front Three Quarter 02

Buick LaCrosse
Almost as beautiful as the Avenir concept, the new Buick LaCrosse is a promising update to the brand’s big sedan. It’s way more attractive than its predecessor, and that got all our editors excited to drive the new LaCrosse.
“Good on Buick for distilling the best of the Avenir concept into a sedan that is leaps and bounds more handsome and attractive than its predecessor. It remains comfortable inside, but there’s a level of style and maturity in this design we haven’t seen in Buick showrooms for quite some time. Let’s hope this is the start of a trend and not just an aberration.” — EW
2017 Buick LaCrosse Front Three Quarter

Mazda CX-9
Can Mazda designers do no wrong? Not only does the CX-9 pack an impressive new torquey and efficient turbo engine, but it looks as stunning as a true luxury crossover, both inside and out.
“Aside from a nicely executed design and seriously impressive interior, the CX-9 boasts some major improvements that will be a welcome upgrade for three-row crossover shoppers. It boasts 20 percent better fuel economy, 310 lb-ft of torque early in the rev range at 2,000 rpm, and major work on reducing NVH.” — EW
2016 Mazda CX 9 Front Three Quarter 03

Lincoln MKZ
Spot the resemblance to the Lincoln Continental, then check out the new twin-turbo V-6 engine that can provide up to 400 hp in all-wheel-drive models. This ain’t your father’s MKZ. Our editors were split on this car, but most agreed it was an improvement for the confused outgoing MKZ.
“I think Ford is probably wasting its time trying to carve out a new niche in premium/luxury with Lincoln, but the refreshed MKZ sedan is offering a 3.0-liter twin-turbocharged V-6 with a 400 horsepower, 400 lb-ft of torque engine option. A 245-horsepower, 2.0-liter turbo four and a hybrid also will be available. You can’t say they aren’t trying.” — David Kiley
2017 Lincoln Mkz Front Three Quarters 02

Honda Civic Coupe
Translated pretty faithfully from the wild concept seen in New York, the Civic coupe provides a sporty option for fans of the all-new Civic. Blend the new car’s improved powertrain lineup and practicality with the cool two-door look, and you’ve got a recipe that impressed editors.
“Rarely does a concept car get translated so convincingly into production as it was with the Honda Civic coupe. It has none of the awkward angles and surfaces of the Civic sedan, and I’m chomping at the bit for an Si version with some attitude and a manual gearbox.” — EW
2016 Honda Civic Coupe Front Three Quarter

Scion C-HR Concept
A thinly veiled production model, the C-HR will finally give Scion a foothold in the growing subcompact crossover segment. While its styling is controversial, the logic of launching this model is beyond reproach.
“It’s a smart move to give this little crossover to Scion rather than Toyota, as it seems like a good fit for the struggling brand. Yes, it’s ugly, but so is the Nissan Juke, and that’s been a big success.” — JC
Scion C HR Concept Front Three Quarter 02