We have always thought that the Scion tC was a pretty tidy looking little hatchback, but as it's been on sale since 2004, well, it's gotten a bit tired, even though there are very few inexpensive front-drive sport-ish coupes to choose from these days. With that in mind, we've been looking forward to the introduction of the long-awaited 2011 model, expecting a fairly radical step forward. Judging by this new spy shot from an anonymous tipster, perhaps we ought to temper our expectations a bit.
Reader Spy: 2011 Scion tC caught on New York show stand ahead of reveal, looks much the same *Updated
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Toyota/Subaru Coupe test mule – Click above to enlarge
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- Feb 16, 2010
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