2015 Scion tC RS 9.0 review and pictures

Posted on Monday, 10 November 2014 , 09:11:15 byDan

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Scion tC RS 9.0


The companies’ engineers are continuously showing concern towards the clients’ needs. After all, their interests are for making the cars lovable so they reach out to their owners. The money keep coming this way. So, Scion isn’t an exception and proves it with the new project, the tC Release Series 9.0. The car has more appealing features, so the clients will probably be satisfied. The coupe is part of a limited edition because only 2,000 versions will be sold.  


The exterior design is interesting, being painted in two colors, black and orange. Half of the vehicle is black and the other half is orange. These cars have the effect of drawing the attention, thanks to the contrast the colors create. The coupe has been built thanks to Jeremy Lookofsky of Cartel Customs who added some details which are noticeable. Some features of the vehicle are the blacked out badge, a center exhaust, orange front seat belts and a Smart Key with Push Button Start, featuring the Cartel Logo. Cartel Customs also designed an aero kit.


The car also has black finish alloy wheels with matching center cap and gloss back finish side mirrors and door handles. The interior design of this limited edition continues the theme of the exterior. There is orange stitching on the steering wheel and seats. Orange is also the color of other parts of the car like the dashboard, the door panels and the shifter surround. Also, the car is fitted with black finish alloy wheels with matching center cap, gloss black finish side mirrors and door handles.    


As for the powertrain model which powers the vehicle, the fans should know it’s the same 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine available with either six-speed manual transmission or a six-speed automatic transmission with paddle shifters and Dynamic Rev Management technology. This engine model delivers 178HP. The 2015 Scion tC can be bought for the price of $24,340, if you choose an automatic transmission, or $23,190, if it’s a manual transmission. These prices exclude a $770 delivery fee. Deliveries will start next year, in January. So, it’s not long till you can purchase a Scion vehicle.