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About Toyota Celica

The Toyota Celica is a car that was produced by Toyota from 1970 to 2006 in seven generations with different four-cylinder engines. In the North American market, the first three generations of the Celica were equipped with different variants of Toyota's R engine. In August 1985, the transmission was changed from rear-wheel drive to front-wheel drive, and from 1986 to 1999 turbocharged. And AWD models were offered. Beginning in December 1997, the phase-regulation system was introduced on some Japanese Toyota Celica and became standard on all models from 2000. In 1986, the six-cylinder version of the Toyota Celica Supra became a stand-alone model and was renamed Supra.
Slightly modified versions of the Celica were also sold in the 1980s as the Corona Coupe in the Toyota dealer network. And in the 1990s, it was sold as the Toyota Curre Vista in the network. The Celica was only available in non-styled, fixed-roof, sunroof, and bottle versions when it was launched. The SV-1 Liftback prototype was presented as a concept car at the 1971 Tokyo Motor Show. With minor modifications, it was launched in Japan in April 1973. The GT for the Japanese domestic market differed from the ET, LT, and ST. However, they shared features with the ST model, such as the full center console, oil pressure gauge, and power meter. The LT model had warning lights for these functions. Except for the U.S. market, the GT had a 2T-G or 18R-G engine with twin camshafts, while the ET, LT, and ST did not.

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GT models for the Japanese market were usually equipped with 18R-G engines. They were equipped with a closed five-speed gearbox, while export Toyota Celica had a W-50 gearbox. Models for the U.S. market had only a single-cam engine, and early models were available with four-speed automatic or manual transmissions. The first North American Toyota Celica, the 1971 ST, was powered by a 1.9-liter 8R engine. Cars from 1972 to 1974 were powered by an 18R-C engine. North American Toyota Celica from 1975 to 1977 was powered by a 2.2-liter 20R engine. The GT and LT were introduced in the United States for the 1974 model year.
The outstanding GT had a 5-speed W-50 manual transmission, GT stripes on the front, and sleek steel wheels with chrome rims. The LT was marketed as an economy model. For 1974, the Celica's trim and badging changed slightly, as did the wheel arches. In August 1972, the taillights were replaced by fixed taillights with curved brake and turn signals. The rear center section was also redesigned, with the fuel tank moved from under the trunk lid behind the rear seats and the fuel tank from its hidden position between the taillights to the left C-pillar. Other changes include front and rear body badges and the relocation of the tow hooks.