Toyota Celica All-Trac Turbo T16 Rally Sound
The Toyota Celica T16 All-Trac turbo
GTi, also called Toyota Celica turbo 4WD
or GT-Four is a high performance model of the Celica Liftback, with a turbocharged 3S-GTE engine with unique Exhaust sound, and full-time AWD
(all-wheel drive). The Japanese model is the Corona Coupe (年 トヨタ
コロナ クーペ). With minor changes it was sold in some markets as the
Toyota 2000 VX. It was created to compete in the World Rally Championship
(WRC). The ST185's WRC debut was in 1992 Rally Monte Carlo. The Toyota
Celica was driving in the 1992 Safari Rally very quickly. This was the
first WRC win for the car and it won four events this year. The ST185 is
Toyota's most successful rally car. It won the WRC Driver's Championship in
1992, and the WRC Manufacturer's and Driver's Championships in 1993 and
1994. The significance of the Toyota Celica GT-4 in WRC history, previously
dominated by European manufacturers, is that it was the first time a
Japanese car manufacturer entered the WRC with an AWD turbocharged car, took trophies and won the
titles. Since then other Japanese manufacturers have been successful in the
WRC. Toyota preceded the Mitsubishi - Lancer Evolution and Galant VR-4
models and the Subaru Legacy and Impreza WRX STI.
Freie Filmmusik by Cayzland Studio
Toyota Celica WRC GT4 - My Tribute
My tribute to a very nice rally car a little bit forgotten nowadays, the
Toyota Celica WRC GT-4 ST205
Some rally shots but also some closer looks inside the engine bay,
interior, mechanical parts of this WRC monster for the pistonheads.
Owner: PUEYO Philippe
Shot during "Le Grand Challenge 2011", Ales, France.
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Toyota Celica Turbo 4WD ST185 tarmac action with pure engine sounds (WRC Rallye Catalunya 1993)
4-time World Rally Champion Juha Kankkunen and 1994 World Rally Champion
Didier Auriol in action with their factory-spec Toyota Celica 4WD turbo ST185 in the fast flowing tarmac roads of
WRC Rallye Catalunya 1993. Finishing 3rd behind Auriol in this event Juha
secured his record-breaking 4th Drivers´ World Rally Championship title
and cemented his place in the history books for good.
2004 Toyota Celica GT Review, Walkaround, Exhaust, & Test Drive
Built from a completely different era, the Celica proved that Toyota did in
fact once place driving fun as a top priority within their line-up. Even
with the engine from a Corolla, the sport coupe's feathery curb weight,
sharp steering, and crisp 5-speed transmission made for an incredibly fun
vehicle. Only a cramped interior, high levels of noise, and a general lack
of features kept the Celica off the short list of most buyers.