Toyota Celica

Before the Toyota Celica began his success story under this model name, he sniffed in 1970, as a coupe version of the Toyota Carina, the air in the automotive markets. In 1974, a first version of the Toyota Celica GT on the market, which was available as a convertible from in 1985. With the All Trac Turbo (also called GT Four) extended the Toyota Celica lineup later even a four-wheel drive version. 1999 was the seventh generation of the Toyota Celica from the tape, the coupe was offered in two versions: the Toyota Celica GT with a 140-hp 1.8-liter engine and the GTS Coupe with 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine and 192 hp. In 2005 the production of the Toyota Celica was discontinued for the time being. As the end of 2010 it was announced to the Toyota Celica will be reissued as a new car. The sports car will appear with greater power in the sports car segment from 2012. Likewise, the Toyota Celica is a hybrid vehicle in the planning to bring an adequate competitor for Honda CR-Z and Peugeot RCZ Hybrid4 on the road.