The Scion iQ is midengined, making it similar to Nissan’s GT-R LM Nismo in being the extraordinarily rare front-midengined, FWD vehicle. This also places it in the same heritage of midengined production Toyota products as the LFA (FMR), the MR2 (RMR), and the Previa (FMR and FM4). When adding in the Scion iQ (FMF),…
You won’t believe what I’ve found..
Pink leopard print FTW
I forgot these things existed. I’m diggin’ that Cylon vibe.
Yes, a Prius review, on your Oppositelock. It’s more likely than you think. This is gonna be a long one, so buckle up.
These just seem really old and bloated to me. Even compared to the somewhat refreshed Expedition (that I love) and plain archaic when compared to the new GM triplets.
On a PSP emulator of course
(EDIT: August 10, 2016: This post is about two and a half years old now and was my first post and indeed first review. My opinion of the vehicle has not changed.)
Looked like it had seen better days, but I’ve never seen one like it in person before. Kinda cool.
Looks like someone going by managed to rip the bumper and grille clean off. I’m not sure how else that could’ve happened. People are just lovely....
I challenge YOU to build a better Toyota Supra.
Took this pic of my wagon with my buddy’s RA60 Celica a while back, before he moved to Japan.
Out walking the dog when we saw this, lost in our neighborhood. This is Mirai sighting two through five for me; how nice of them to bring them around.
Advanced readers can try their hands at identifying the five other oldies in shot.
Don’t think this has been shared, and just saw this last night. How is someones dream to drive (they say race, its not a race) a Toyota Camry on the F1 track of Monaco? I just had to laugh, and share of course.
The poor Pininfarina badge was falling off a Coke Freestyle machine. I decided it deserved better. Now I just need to think of somewhere cool to put it. Yeah, my car is dirty, shut up.