The 2017 Scion iQ is a vehicle manufactured by Scion, a subsidiary of Toyota. 2017 Scion iQ is available as a remote control supermini. 2017 iQ is exclusive to the North American PlayStation Vita version of MotorStorm RC. The Scion iQ concept car was manufactured by Five Axis (California, USA) based on the Toyota iQ and displayed in April 2009 at the New York Auto Show. On the basis of the production Toyota iQ, the concept is equipped with a 94 kW (70 kW) and 89 lb·ft (121 N·m) 1.3-liter, 1329 cc (81 cu in) DOHC inline-4 engine, 18- inch wheels and widened wheel arches, with eleven airbags.
The production Scion iQ was introduced at the New York Auto Show and marketed for model years 2012 to 2015. Toyota sold 15,695 units of the Scion iQ 248 in 2011, 8879 in 2012, 4046 in 2013, 2040 in 2014 and 482 in 2015. IQ is to see the first real vehicle in the MotorStorm series. Bowler Nemesis is sponsored by MotorStorm: Pacific Rift, but has been adapted for the game and Monarch Claymore.
2017 Scion iQ EV
A prototype of the 2017 Toyota iQ EV (Scion iQ EV in the US) is exhibited at the Geneva Motor Show 2011. The Scion iQ EV is the successor of the FT-EV II as an electric vehicle based on the Toyota iQ chassis. Toyota produced three generations of FT-EV concept cars, and the iQ EV is a production version of the concepts in which the technological and design strengths of all three models. The outside of the production version is based on the FT-EV III concept shown at the Tokyo Motor Show in 2011.
2017 Scion iQ Safety
The 2017 Scion iQ includes nine airbags, dual front airbags, front seat-mounted side torso airbags, side curtain airbags, front passenger seat cushion airbag, knee airbag driver’s license and a newly developed rear curtain airbag to protect rear seat passengers heads of rear collisions. The vehicle, traction control, antilock brakes, brake assist, and electronic brake-force distribution is standard. The UK’s vehicle and Operator Services Agency named the Toyota iQ ( 2017 Scion iQ ) as the top three-year-old car is likely to pass its first Ministry of Transport roadworthiness test.