Toyota’s brand Scion has officially pulled the wraps off the iM Concept at the 2014 L.A. Auto Show.
One of the most important models introduced by Toyota at the 2014 Los Angeles Auto Show is the iM Concept, which is wearing the Scion badges on its body. The model in question is offering a preview of a future production vehicle which will be based on the Auris hatchback. The one-off car is coming with several modifications which are making it instantly recognizable with a low ride height, a wide stance, compact dimensions, 19-inch wheels and several other tweaks.
The final production version of the Scion iM Concept is said to be aimed to breathe life into the youth-oriented brand in an effort to resurrect it so the ultimate vehicle is not expected to be that different than the one seen in the images posted below. The production variant of the iM is said to be introduced sometimes next year, probably during the 2015 New York Auto Show, in April. More details on that model, or on the concept car, are limited at the moment and will be announced close to its public presentation. Meanwhile, you can check it out in the small photo gallery provided by the company.