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Toyota Celica

 from 1970 to 2005

Toyota Celica road car

1970 : Generation 1

The first generation Celica was released to the Japanese market intended to be a more affordable alternative to Toyota's sportscar, the 2000GT.
The car's platform was shared with the Toyota Carina yet sold at a different dealership sales channel called Toyota Corolla Store.
The Carina was sold at Toyota Store locations. ...


Toyota Celica TA 22  (1970-1975)

Toyota Celica   (1971-1975)

Toyota Celica Liftback  (1974-1977)

1977 : Generation 2

The second generation Celica was released for 1978 model year (production began in late 1977), and was again available in both Coupe and Liftback forms.
The Coupe was no longer a true hardtop; both Coupe and Liftback had frameless door glass but featured a thick "B" pillar.
David Stollery was responsible for its design.
From 1979 to 1981 the Griffith company in the US offered a Targa style convertible conversion to the Coupe.
They were called the SunChaser and had a removable Targa top and a folding rear r ...


Toyota Celica   (1977-1981)

Toyota Celica liftback  (1977-1981)

Toyota Celica XX  (1978-1983)

1981 : Generation 3

August 1981 saw the introduction of the third generation Celica.
The car was available in coupe, liftback and convertible forms, with many buyers preferring the liftback.
Styling was changed considerably from previous models and power was provided by a 2.4 L 22-R or 22R-E engine in all North American models, while carbureted 2.0 L I4 engine (namely a 2S-C) was also used.
The 2.4 L became the biggest engine offered in any Celica ever, except for the Supra model.
Other engines for Japanese models were 1.6-li ...


Toyota Celica Liftback  (1981-1985)

Toyota Celica   (1981-1985)

1986 : Generation 4

In August 1985 the Celica was changed completely.
It was an all-new vehicle with front wheel drive, a rounded, flowing body and new 2.0 L four-cylinder engines. ...


Toyota Celica   (1986-1989)

Toyota Celica cabriolet  (1987-1988)

1989 : Generation 5

The fifth generation Celica was introduced in September 1989 for the 1990 model year.
The Celica received new Super Round organic styling, upgraded wheels and tires, and a more powerful GT-Four (US: All-Trac).
Toyota engineers claimed that the round styling and lack of straight edges increased strength without adding weight.
The styling was later copied by other manufacturers.
Japanese domestic market (JDM) models were now S-R, Z-R, GT-R, Active Sports (with active suspension), and GT-Four.
The S-R and Z-R ...


Toyota Celica cabriolet  (1989-1994)

Toyota Celica   (1990-1993)

1993 : Generation 6

In October 1993, Toyota launched the sixth generation Celica. ...


Toyota Celica   (1993-1998)

Toyota Celica cabriolet  (1994-1998)

1999 : Generation 7


Toyota Celica   (1999-2005)

Toyota Celica WRC


Toyota Celica Turbo 4WD 

- 1992 - 1993 - 1994
Toyota's most successful rally car ever, Celica Turbo 4WD debuted with great expectations. Toyota had refined the road going base car, incorporating many lessons learned from the first car into design, especially in the cooling which had been so troubleso ...

Toyota Celica Race car


Toyota Celica GT4 ST165

- 1987 - 1988 - 1989

Toyota Celica GT4 ST205

- 1994 - 1995

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