2014 Scion tC Photo Gallery

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Scion's sporty coupe, the tC, has been redesigned for 2014, and on first glance, you'll notice a front end similar to that of Scion’s newest sports car, the FR-S. A new grille design has Toyota influences, and there are new headlights and standard LED taillights.

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While the tC's 179-horsepower, 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine remains the same, there's a new recalibrated six-speed automatic transmission that buyers can choose over the a six-speed manual. Engineers also retuned the suspension and stiffened up the body for better handling. Interior materials have been improved, and there's a new standard 6.1-inch touch-screen.

Check out photos of Scion's sharp-looking new tC below. Cars.com photos by Evan Sears.


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Comments 

wanna be

Let me get this straight. Take the nearly perfect FRS, add a larger back seat, sunroof, more weight, and put in a weaker engine than the FRS. Toyota just loves to make non-sporty cars.

Non Zamfir

Well it's not supposed to compete with the FR-S... It's supposed to be a comfortable, tech packed, slightly sporty coupe that gets pretty good gas mileage and looks good. I say it nailed all of those...

Gprit12

Looks even more like a boy racer than before

Rear seats look a little uncomfortable like if there wasn't space for the passenger legs. Love the second sunroof and the muscle wanna be design of this new tC.

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