It's more of a styling standout, but the 2013 Scion tC isn't much larger than the first-edition coupe. Front-seat passengers still fare much better than those in back, since the tC's the same overall length than it was in its first generation, if a little bit wider this time around the block.
The sporty seats in front of the tC offer lots of grip and support, in the right places, and in the right amounts. Proper bolstering for a car in its class gives the tC the ability to provide a good driving position, and drivers will find the adjustments they need from the tilt/telescoping steering wheel and the seat itself. Headroom is far from extravagant, though, which makes us wish the standard sunroof was an option instead--it shaves almost an inch of valuable space away from the tC's cabin.
Since Scion puts the USB jack in front of the shift lever, we found more use for the shallow bin ahead of it. The console's a bit too skinny, and in a skin-flint touch, it's all hard plastic, like most of the dash. The glovebox is pretty shallow as well--but the cargo area under the hatch can hold a few roll-aboards and has a pair of deep bins for rattly things like tire gauges.