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Scion was an American automotive brand established in 2002 and launched in 2003 as a subsidiary of Toyota Motor Corporation.
Scion was sold in Canada, Puerto Rico and United States and was aimed at the young car buying segment.
The xA and xB, both inexpensive subcompacts, went on sale in 2003 as 2004 models and only in the state of California, but later nationwide. The tC, a two-door compact coupe, came in 2004.
The xD, a subcompact and the successor to the xA, went on sale in 2007. The iQ, an ultra compact/city car, a rebadged Toyota iQ, went on sale in 2012. The FR-S, a two-door 2+2 seater, a joint venture with Subaru, went on sale in 2012.
Scion was closed down as a brand in 2016, and several of the Scion models became Toyota's.