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(R)Toyota CELICA GT-FOUR (ST165) '88.jpg|A Toyota CELICA GT-FOUR (ST165) '88 with racing modifications applied. This racing modification literally transforms the car into the [[Toyota CELICA GT-FOUR Rally Car (ST165) '90]].
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Toyota CELICA 2000GT-FOUR (ST165) '86
Toyota CELICA 2000GT-FOUR (ST165) &#039;86
Appears in Gran Turismo 2 (RM)
Gran Turismo 4
Gran Turismo PSP
Gran Turismo 5
Gran Turismo 6
Type in GT5 Standard
Interior in GT6 Simple
Manufacturer Toyota
Displacement 1998 cc
Drivetrain 4WD
Aspiration Turbo
Engine 3S-GTE
Max Power 176 BHP / 6000 rpm
Performance Points 388 PP
Max Torque 24.50 kgf.m / 4000 rpm
Length 4,365 millimetres (171.9 in)
Width 1,690 millimetres (67 in)
Height 1,295 millimetres (51.0 in)
Weight 1,350 kilograms (3,000 lb)
Power/Weight Ratio 7.67 kg (16.9 lb) per horsepower

The Toyota CELICA 2000GT-FOUR (ST165) '86 is a road car produced by Toyota. It first appears in Gran Turismo 2, and has returned in every main game since, except for Gran Turismo 3: A-Spec and Gran Turismo Sport.


Three colors are available for this car:

  • Super White II
  • Medium Gray Metallic
  • Super Red II

In-game descriptionEdit

"The Celica's first full-time 4WD model with incredible driving performance."

For the fourth-generation Celica, Toyota decided to wipe the slate clean, and redesign and reengineer the sports coupe from scratch. When the car made its debut in August 1985, it was evident that Toyota changed the very soul of the popular compact.

The most notable of these changes was the switch from rear-wheel drive to front-wheel drive. The engine, now mounted transversely, powered the front wheels. Although it wasn't a popular choice for enthusiasts, the car's exterior design was. It sat lower to the ground and was wider, and its aerodynamic shape accounted for a drag coefficient of 0.31. Toyota called this new styling "stream surface". It came only in 3-door hatchback form.

Three different powerplants were offered at first, a 1.6-liter and 1.8-liter SOHC inline-4, and a 2.0-liter DOHC four-cylinder called the 3S-GELU. It produced 158 BHP and came with the top-of-the-line model, the GT-R. Despite switching to FF (Front engine, Front drive), the Celica still possessed competent handling, thanks to its fully independent suspension that consisted of struts at front and rear. It also stopped well, with ventilated front disc brakes. In October 1986, the all-wheel-drive GT-Four was released, with a 2.0-liter engine that pumped out 182 BHP. A WRC version of this car was created, and in 1990 won the Driver's title with Carlos Sainz behind the wheel.



This car, erroneously named the Toyota CELICA GT-FOUR (ST165) '88, can be bought at the Toyota Used Cars Dealership for around 7,300 Credits.


This car can occasionally be bought at the 1980's Used Car Dealership for around 10,400 Credits. The exact price of the car may vary depending on the mileage.


This car can be purchased for 29,760 Credits.


As a Standard car, the Toyota CELICA 2000GT-FOUR (ST165) '86 can be purchased from the Used Car Dealership for 21,779 Credits. It is a Level 0 car.


This car can be purchased for 29,760 Credits. It has a simple interior.


  • In the NTSC version of Gran Turismo 2, when this car is encountered as an opponent in the first rally race at Tahiti Maze, it will be referred as TOYOTA ST185 GT-FOUR during replays. This trait, probably a leftover from the NTSC-J version of the game, also happen in other cars. However, it was fixed in the PAL version of the game.



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