I first saw the Scion iQ concept a few years ago at the New York International Auto Show. It was small, yellow and looked like something that should come in a Happy Meal. The iQ is Scion’s entry into the mini-car world and is targeted at young urban buyers who like really little things. The cars were supposed to arrive on U.S. shores by March of this year, but now GreenCarReports.com is reporting that Toyota is delaying the launch because of delayed prototypes. Scion spokesman Greg Thome also noted that Scion wanted to give their newly redesigned 2012 TC more time to gain a foothold in the marketplace and not have its thunder stolen by its new little stablemate. When the iQ hits the U.S. sometime this summer it will be the first direct competitor to the Smart ForTwo. My advice, if you’re in the market for one of these little roller skates I’d hold off on that Smart Car until you can give the iQ a proper look.