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Toyota Celica TS specs

Car type Coupe
Curb weight 1215 kg (2679 lbs)
Power / weight 158 ps (156 bhp) / t
Torque / weight 148 Nm (109 lb-ft) / t
Introduced 2000
Origin country Japan
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Performance

Top speed 225 kph (140 mph)
0 - 100 kph 7.4 s
1/4 mile 15.9 s

Powertrain

Engine type Inline 4, 16v
Displacement 1.8 l (110 ci)
Power 192 ps (189 bhp / 141 kw)
Torque 180 Nm (133 lb-ft)
Power / liter 107 ps (105 hp)
Transmission 6
Layout front engine, front wheel drive

Laptimes 6

Celica TS rivals

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Apache  4y  

the top speed is higher then 225 kph more like 240 kph


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Fangio Man  4y  

@Dan
OK, I am sorry, I thought you meant that.


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Dan  4y  

@Fangio

Dry weight is an empty car without driver and without any sorts of fluids (fuel, oil coolant etc.)

Curb weight is without a driver but with the above fluids and a full tank of fuel.

Leergewicht is with all fluids (fuel tank also full) and +75kg to simulate driver.


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Fangio Man  4y  

@Dan
Is not "an empty car without a driver" the dry weight?


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Dan  4y  

Curb weight is wrong.
Georg, please get your facts straight, the german "Leergewicht" is NOT the curb weight.

Leergewicht is measured by DIN 70020 norm which means an additional 75kg is added to simulate the driver.

The english curb weight refers to an empty car without a driver, so it should be 1140 kg.

Thus, all cars submitted by you that are based on german magazines have wrong curb weights facepalm


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yolo  5y  

Fabio is right... My corolla t sport did a 0 to 60 in 6.8 secs... 1/4 mile times at Santa pod are 15 secs flat or 15.2's... All I have is the air filter and that would give about 3 to 5hp max... With decent types expect under 15's if u master the gear changes


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Shaggy  5y  

@ Fabio Celica: Those modifications probably gave your Celica between 20 and 50 more horsepower.


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Fabio Celica  5y  

A stock Celica TS is much faster respect the data's factory.

My Celica TS with K&N air filter, header and exhaust do 0-100km/h in 6.7 s and 1/4 mile in 14.6 s

Japan forever!!


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Mental  5y  

I have to say - GT 86 is exactly the successor to the Celica, so IMO, it's still with us. But I wish it could be in the same league as Impereza STI / Lancer Evo / 370Z are. So Toyota/Subaru really should create a kinda like GTS 86/BRZ STI competitive sportcars with the power up to 300 horses.

Supra is an another story. Yeah, it really should be reborned. Though, it may look superstitious and funny, but Lexus LFA seems to me as a highly performance, modernest tech alternative to the Supra, LOL.

I hope Toyota is going to create the successor to the LFA, cause they've already built all planed 500 units.


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Viking  5y  

Excellent car the Celica. I remember them well from SCCA Solo II competition. When the Celica came out the SCCA classed it against the then dominant Neon ACR. All of a sudden my Neon ACR was no longer the quickest on the track. The Celica was definitely a bit quicker than the Neon ACR, yet far more civilized than the factory race prepped Neon. I had a heck of a time trying to win after these Celicas started showing up.


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BR2'  5y  

They need to bring back the Celica, this time make it a performance model on par with the 370Z and WRX STi.

Along with the damned Supra already and MRS, hurry the hell up Toyota!


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Shaggy  5y  

@ BEN: I agree, the Celica is one of the all time greats, I once considered getting one.


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BEN  5y  

Car with excellent value. low consumption, leightweight. Perfect for young people with sporty drive style.


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Georg  9y  

I have added the Mira dry handling time.... and have deleted the othe Celica... the Celica 1.8 TS was already in the data sheet


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Georg  9y  

have added the Serres laptime to this one and delet the other


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balang_479  9y  

Theres too cars for the same thing...

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