[UPDATE: Oh, San Francisco Toyota / San Francisco Scion has a clip from Golden Gate Park.]
All I know about the new 2012 Scion IQ is that it’s a total chick-magnet, and that it’s so small it’s going to be perfect for San Francisco.
But I want to talk about the IQ’s distinctive S-curves, so ladies…
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…please clear out:
That’s an improvement, but I want people to be able to see the C-pillar
Tres chic,* Euros but…
Oh, here we go. See the S-shape between the side and rear windows? Look at that S-Car go! Zoom zoom.
So that’s how you’ll know you’ve spotted the new Scion IQ and not the old Smart Car.
Now, did you see these little cuties when the international motoring media showed up in the 415 for a test-drive not too long ago? I did. It went a little something like this. (You know, Scion could have picked anywhere in the world, but they chose us. Hurray!)
They’re calling it a 3+1 because the seat behind the driver is the smallest? It’s for “a child or a pet?” All right.
Of course the competing Smart Car is a just a two-seater. And the Smart isn’t made by Toyota, which is, of course, far and away, the best car manufacturer in the world.
In closing, hurray Scion IQ!
All the deets, after the jump.
*You know, I’ve been to a lot of car shows but I’ve never seen car show babe IRL – I must have missed that era. You’ll need to go to the Old World to see an old school car show it would seem.