2014 Scion tC in New York review and pictures

Posted on Sunday, 31 March 2013 , 14:03:44 byAngela

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Scion tC in New York

This year at the new edition of the New York International Auto Show, Scion has introduced the 2014 tC model and many of the ones present have felt very good about it. The specialists have revealed a new sporty look, upgraded interior and also an enhanced driving experience for the top-selling experience. At the front it has distinctive new headlamps and an all-new hood that extends lower toward a more open, muscular grille with an embedded tC logo. Both the upper and lower grilles are bordered by LED accent lighting. The wheels feature a premium dark gray finish, contrasted by eye-catching machined-spoke surfaces and new advanced LED tail lamps that complete the picture. So that you know, the new Scion tC will be available in seven exterior paint colors, including two new additions: Blue Streak Metallic and Absolutely Red.

Inside the model receives new technology, additional convenience elements and also upgraded materials. Here we have to mention the all-new Scion Standard Display Audio, featuring a 6.1-inch LCD touch screen. This new system comes with elements that the drivers will enjoy like Bluetooth compatibility, HD radio Technology and steering wheel-mounted controls. The engineers have also provided an all-new Scion Bespoke Premium Audio system featuring Aha. This system includes full navigation and also the ability to connect compatible smart phones. Moving on, the new model also comes with auto-off headlamps and an auto-up and down window for the driver. For the interior, designers have provided premium materials and lighter color fabric on the seats and the headliner. Under the hood, the new Scion tC comes with a 2.5-liter 4-cylinder engine capable of generating 179 horsepower. This output is being sent to the wheels through a 6-speed manual transmission or through an updated 6-speed automatic that can change gears almost twice as fast as the previous model for both up shifts and downshifts. Soon the company will turn 10 and to celebrate a decade of activity, will launch a limited-production version of each vehicle in its lineup called Scion 10 Series.