The Scion iQ at 2012 Scion Racing Team Day 09 April 2013, 11:30 am

The Scion iQ might not be the fastest member of the Scion Racing family, and it definitely isn’t the biggest, but it’s short wheelbase and nimble handling still make it a great car to have fun with at the track. In the last of our Scion Racing Team Day videos, we’ve highlighted the Evasive Motorsports Scion iQ as it made its way around the Streets of Willow.

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