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Toyota Celica

Year (of specifications) 2000 - 2006
Engine 1.8 litre variable valve 4 cylinder
Transmission 6 speed manual
Max speed 140 mph
0-60 mph 7.2 seconds
Horsepower 191 bhp (180 hp U.S. model)
weight -

The 7th and final generation Toyota Celica went into production in 2000. The Celica came in two different models. The ZZT230 powered by an economical 1.8 L 4-cylinder 140 hp 1ZZ-FE engine and the ZZT231 powered by a higher-performance 1.8 L 4-cylinder 180 hp (191 hp in Europe and Japan) 2ZZ-GE version, co-developed with Yamaha. Both of these engines featured Toyota's signature VVT-i (Variable Valve Timing with Intelligence) system, which continuously varies the camshaft timing.

The different versions of the Celica were sold under different names depending on the market. In the USA and Canada the base model was called Celica GT, and the higher performance model the Celica GT-S. In Europe the base car was named simply the 1.8 VVT-i, while the top spec car went by the name of Celica 1.8 VVTL-i or T-Sport. Japan referred to the two cars as the SS-1 and SS-2 models. While in Australia the cars were called the Celica SX and Celica ZR.

Due to declining sales production of the Toyota Celica ended in 2006, a full 36 years after the first generation Celica was introduced.

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