Toyota Celica GT Veilside
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Killing a Toyota Part 1 - Top Gear - BBC
Jeremy Clarkson puts Toyota's claim that their Hilux pick-up is virtually
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Toyota Celica review
15 years ago Toyota introduced 6th generation Celica and to celebrate that
we made this Top Gear style review. This video was filmed using rubbish
camera and voice here and there was overwritten because of wind.
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Limit Pushing - Toyota Celica GT Top Speed Test
The name "Celica" is derived from the Latin word coelica meaning
"heavenly". Throughout its career the Celica has been powered by many
different four cylinder engines. The Celica was first sold in a RWD until
1985, when the car's layout was changed from RWD to FWD. During the first
three generations, American market Celicas were powered by various versions
of Toyota's R series engines. The four-wheel drive turbo model, the All-trac or GT-Four, was produced
from 1986 to 1999. Variable Valve Timing emerged in late 1997 and became
standard in all Celica models from 2000 on. Through seven generations, the
model has gone through many revisions and design forks, including the
Toyota Celica Supra later known as the Toyota Supra. The Celica also led to
the creation of the Celica Camry later known as the Toyota Camry.
In 1999 Toyota launched a sales campaign named Project Genesis. The
projects goal was to attract younger buyers with the evolution of three
cheap and attractive vehicles: the 7th Celica, MR2 Spyder, and Echo. The
7th generation of the Celica was created from a close resemblance of
Toyota's 1999 XYR concept. The new Celica's first model, launched in 2000
came in two different models. The ZZT230 (GT) was powered by a relatively
economical 1.8 L 4-cylinder 140 hp 1ZZ-FE engine and the ZZT231 (GT-S)
powered by a higher-performance 1.8 L 4-cylinder 180 2ZZ-GE version,
developed by Yamaha, featuring a two-step variable valve lift control in
conjunction with its variable valve timing.