Toyota Celica engine

Toyota Celica engine

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The Toyota Celica /ˈsɛlᵻkə/ is a sports car produced by the Japanese company Toyota from 1970 to 2006. The Celica name was ultimately derived from the Latin word coelica meaning “heavenly” or “celestial”. In Japan, the Celica was exclusive to Toyota Japanese dealerships Toyota Corolla Store.

Throughout its life span the Celica has been powered by various four-cylinder engines. The most significant change occurred in August 1985, when the car’s drive layout was changed from rear-wheel drive to front-wheel drive. During the first three generations, American market Celicas were powered by various versions of Toyota’s R seriesengines. The four-wheel drive turbocharged model called GT-Four worldwide (All-Trac Turbo in the US) was produced from 1986 to 1999. Variable Valve Timing came in certain Japanese models starting in December 1997, and became standard in all models from 2000-on. Through seven generations, the model has gone through many revisions and design forks, including the Toyota Celica Supra (later dropping the Celica prefix). The Celica was available as notchback and liftback coupes, as well as a convertible.

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Toyota Celica engine model years

Fourth generation (T160; 1985–1989)

  • 1.6 L I4 4A-GE
  • 1.8 L I4 1S-iLU
  • 1.8 L I4 4S-Fi
  • 2.0 L I4 2S-ELC
  • 2.0 L I4 2S-FE
  • 2.0 L I4 3S-FE
  • 2.0 L I4 3S-GE
  • 2.0 L I4 3S-GTE turbo
Summary of 4th Generation Models
Chassis Code Body Style Engine Trim Level Market
AT160 Coupe, liftback 4A-F, 4A-GE 1.6 ST (4A-F), 1.6 GT (4A-GE) Japan, General
ST160 Liftback 1S-iLU 1.8 ST, 1.8 SX Japan
ST161 Coupe, liftback 2S-ELC 2.0 ST, 2.0 GT (1986 model year only) North America
ST162 Coupe, liftback, convertible 3S-FE, 3S-GE 2.0 ST & 2.0 GT (3S-FE), 2.0 GT-R (3S-GELU), 2.0 GT-i 16, 2.0 SX & 2.0 GT-S (3S-GE), 2.0 ZR (3S-FE) Japan (liftback and convertible), North America (all body styles), Europe (liftback and convertible), Australia & New Zealand (liftback and coupe)
ST163 Liftback 4S-Fi 1.8 ST, 1.8 SX Japan (introduced May 1988)
ST165 Liftback 3S-GTE GT-Four, Turbo All-Trac Japan, Europe, North America

Fifth generation (T180; 1989–1993)

  • 1.6 L 4A-FE I4
  • 2.0 L 3S-FE I4
  • 2.0 L 3S-GE I4
  • 2.0 L turbo 3S-GTE I4
  • 2.2 L 5S-FE I4
5th Generation Models
Chassis code Model(s) 2/4WS, FWD/4WD Engine Power Torque Markets
AT180 ST-i (Europe), ST (North America, General) 2WS, FWD 4A-FE 77 kW (103 hp) @ 6000 rpm 138 Nm (101 lb-ft) @ 4800 rpm Europe, North America, General
ST182 S-R 2WS, FWD 3S-FE 93 kW (125 hp) 186 Nm (137 lb-ft) @ 4400 rpm Japan
ST182 Z-R 2WS, FWD 3S-FE 93 kW (125 hp) 186 Nm (137 lb-ft) @ 4400 rpm Japan
ST182 GT-R 2WS, FWD 3S-GE 121 kW (162 hp) @ 6800 rpm 191 Nm (142 lb-ft) @ 4800 rpm Japan
ST182 2.0 GT-i 16 2WS, FWD 3S-GE 118 kW (158 hp) @ 6600 rpm 186 Nm (137 lb-ft) @ 4800 rpm Europe, Middle East
ST182 2.0 GTS-i 16 2WS, FWD 3S-GE 118 kW (158 hp) @ 6600 rpm 186 Nm (137 lb-ft) @ 4800 rpm Belgium, The Netherlands
ST183 4WS S-R 4WS, FWD 3S-FE 93 kW (125 hp) @ 6600 rpm 186 Nm (137 lb-ft) @ 4400 rpm Japan
ST183 4WS Z-R 4WS, FWD 3S-FE 93 kW (125 hp) 186 Nm (137 lb-ft) @ 4400 rpm Japan
ST183 4WS GT-R 4WS, FWD 3S-GE 121 kW (162 hp) @ 6800 rpm 191 Nm (142 lb-ft) @ 4800 rpm Japan
ST183 Active Sports 4WS, FWD 3S-GE 121 kW (162 hp) @ 6800 rpm 191 Nm (142 lb-ft) @ 4800 rpm Japan
ST183 4WS convertible, 4WS convertible Type G 4WS, FWD 3S-GE 121 kW (162 hp) @ 6800 rpm 191 Nm (142 lb-ft) @ 4800 rpm Japan
ST184 GT (North America), SX (Australia) 2WS, FWD 5S-FE 97–101 kW (130–135 hp) @ 5400 rpm 196 Nm (145 lb-ft) @ 4400 rpm US, Canada, Australia
ST184 GT-S 2WS, FWD 5S-FE 97–101 kW (130–135 hp) @ 5400 rpm 196 Nm (145 lb-ft) @ 4400 rpm North America, Thailand, Hong Kong
ST185 GT-Four, GT-Four V 2WS, 4WD 3S-GTE 165 kW (221 hp) @ 6000 rpm 304 Nm (224 lb-ft) @ 3200 rpm Japan
ST185 GT-Four A, Turbo All-Trac, Turbo 4WD 2WS, 4WD 3S-GTE 149–165 kW (200–221 hp) @ 6000 rpm 271 Nm (200 lb-ft) – 304 Nm (224 lb-ft) @ 3200 rpm Japan, Europe, North America, Australia, New Zealand
ST185 GT-Four RC, Turbo 4WD Carlos Sainz, GT-Four Grp A Rallye 2WS, 4WD 3S-GTE 153–173 kW (205–232 hp) @ 6000 rpm 271 Nm (200 lb-ft) – 304 Nm (224 lb-ft) @ 3200 rpm Japan, Europe, Singapore, Australia, New Zealand

Sixth generation (T200; 1993–1999)

  • 1.8 L 7A-FE I4,
  • 2.0 L 3S-FE I4,
  • 2.0 L 3S-GE I4,
  • 2.0 L 3S-GTE I4 turbo,
  • 2.2 L 5S-FE I4
Summary of 6th Generation Models
Model Code Body Style Engine Trim Level Market
AT200 Coupe, liftback 7A-FE ST, ST Limited, SR North America, Europe
ST202 Liftback, convertible 3S-FE, 3S-GE SS-I (3S-FE), SS-II, SS-III, GT (3S-GE) Japan, Europe (liftback and convertible), Hong Kong & Thailand (GT liftback only)
ST203 Liftback 3S-FE SS-I 4WS Japan
ST204 Coupe, liftback, convertible 5S-FE SX, SX-R, ZR, GT North America (all body styles), Australia & New Zealand (liftback only)
ST205 Liftback 3S-GTE GT-Four Japan, Europe, Australia, New Zealand

Seventh generation (T230; 1999–2006)

In the US and Canada, two models were offered; the base model GT and the higher performance GT-S. All models are in liftback only body shape. All models featured dual front airbags, daytime running lights (DRL) with auto-on parking and headlights, and 4 cup holders; two in the front and two in the rear. Power door lock and power window switches were mounted on the center console to reduce costs. Rear seats were contoured for only 2 passengers and can split down 50/50 to increase cargo capacity. Two-speed front wipers had variable intermittent adjustment. The rear wiper had a single speed and fixed intermittent speed. Windshield and rear window washers were also standard. In the interest of light weight, optional sunroof was made of polymer plastics instead of glass. In later models, the sunroof was made of glass, probably for cost reasons. Other options include ABS, rear spoiler, fog lights, HID low beam headlights, upgraded JBL stereo system, 6-disc CD changer, leather seat surfaces, side-impact airbags, floor mats, vehicle intrusion protection (VIP) alarms with door lock/unlock feature, cargo net, cold area package (heavy-duty battery and starter motor)[18] and hatchback cargo cover.

The GT was powered by the 1ZZ-FE rated at 140 bhp (104 kW; 142 PS) at 6400 rpm and 125 lb·ft (169 N·m) of torque at 4200 rpm. It uses Toyota’s VVT-i (Variable Valve Timing with intelligence) system which modulated the intake cam phase angle to increase torque and horsepower throughout the rev range. This is a similar engine used on the Matrix, Corolla, and MR2 Spyder. Transmission choices comprised a five-speed manual or four-speed automatic. The GT has standard front disc brakes and rear drum brakes, 195/60/15 with standard wheel covers or optional alloy wheels.

The GT-S was powered by the 2ZZ-GE engine rated at 180 bhp (134 kW; 182 PS) at 7600 rpm and 133 lb·ft (180 N·m) torque at 6800 rpm. The engine featured Toyota’s VVTL-i (Variable Valve Timing and Lift control with intelligence). A second stage valve lift control for intake was added to the variable intake cam phase timing. Variants of this engine were offered in the Matrix XRS, Corolla XRS and the Lotus Elise (with a Lotus ECU which added 10 bhp). Buyers had the option of a four-speed automatic with shift buttons on the steering wheel, or a six-speed manual. The base tire size was 205/55/15 but the optional size offered was 205/50/16. The tire upgrade was merely US$42 so most GT-S models had the optional wheels and tires. All GT-S models had four-wheel disc brakes and metal pedals. Manual transmission shifters and all steering wheels were upgraded to leather. Liftback cargo covers were standard along with fog lights for models without the “Action Package”.

  • 1.8 L 1ZZ-FE I4
  • 1.8 L 2ZZ-GE I4
7th Generation Models as of 2002
Chassis Code Model(s) Drivetrain Engine Power Torque
ZZT230 SS-I FWD MT 1ZZ-FE 145 PS (107 kW; 143 hp) @ 6400 rpm 170.64 N·m (125.86 lb·ft) @ 4200 rpm
ZZT231 SS-II FWD MT 2ZZ-GE 190 PS (140 kW; 187 hp) @ 7600 rpm 180.44 N·m (133.09 lb·ft) @ 6800 rpm
ZZT231 SS-II Super Strut Package FWD MT 2ZZ-GE 190 PS (140 kW; 187 hp) @ 7600 rpm 180.44 N·m (133.09 lb·ft) @ 6800 rpm
7th Generation Models as of 2006, pricing for UK market
Chassis Code Model(s) Drivetrain Engine Power Torque
ZZT230 1.8 VVTi FWD MT 1ZZ-FE 142 PS (104 kW; 140 hp) @ 7600 rpm 173 N·m (128 lb·ft) @ 4200 rpm
ZZT231 1.8 VVTLi T Sport FWD MT 2ZZ-GE 191 PS (140 kW; 188 hp) @ 8250 rpm 180.44 N·m (133.09 lb·ft) @ 6800 rpm
ZZT231 1.8 VVTLi GT FWD MT 2ZZ-GE 191 PS (140 kW; 188 hp) @ 8250 rpm 180.44 N·m (133.09 lb·ft) @ 6800 rpm

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