|Toyota CELICA GT-FOUR Rally Car (ST205) '95|
|Appears in||Gran Turismo|
Gran Turismo 2
Gran Turismo 3: A-Spec
Gran Turismo 4 Prologue
Gran Turismo 4
Gran Turismo HD Concept
Gran Turismo PSP
Gran Turismo 5
Gran Turismo 6
|Type in GT5||ST, PR|
|Interior in GT6||Detailed|
|Engine||WR-spec Toyota 3S-GTE|
|Max Power||289 BHP|
|Performance Points||482 PP|
|Max Torque||51.00 kgf.m|
|Weight||1,200 kilograms (2,600 lb)|
|Power/Weight Ratio||4.15 kg (9.1 lb) per horsepower|
The car appears to be the #1 driven by Didier Auriol, who would later get disqualified from the 1995 WRC season.
"The rally machine that left an impression on many fans, though it only competed for a short time."
The Celica ST205 had big shoes to fill. After its predecessor, the ST185, handed Toyota a "double title" (winning both Driver's and Manufacturer's Championship the same year) in 1993, Toyota introduced this new Celica. On paper, the ST205 was markedly better than the old. It had better weight distribution, thanks to a longer wheelbase and wider track, and improved aerodynamics.
The Celica was scheduled to run in 1994, but it ended up making its WRC debut in 1995. In its first few races, the Celica battled with the newly improved Subaru Impreza for the points lead, and Didier Auriol brought home the first win in the 4th round at the Tour de Corse. But for most of the season, the Celica experienced recurring suspension problems, making it difficult for TTE to consistently finish in the points. In the 7th round at Catalonia, the Celica was found to be in violation of the intake restrictor diameter regulation and was stripped of all points for the season. Toyota, angered at this decision, pulled out of the WRC, thus ending the ST205's racing career after just one season.
Although it was only active for a short time, the ST205 proved itself to be a mighty force in the WRC, winning over many fans. When discussing Toyota's rally heritage, the ST205 is one car that must be mentioned.
By performing racing modifications on an ordinary Toyota CELICA GT-FOUR (ST205) '95, the player can get this car.
Like in GT1, this car can be obtained by performing racing modifications on an ordinary Toyota CELICA GT-FOUR (ST205) '95 for 85,000 Credits. In addition, this car also appears in Arcade Mode as an unlockable rally car. In order to unlock it, the player must win a race in Arcade Mode on Special Stage Route 5 at normal level or higher.
This car can be won by winning the Tahiti Rally Challenge, on the rally races section.
This car is available to the player in Arcade Mode from the beginning.
This car can only be obtained by winning the Swiss Alps Rally on Medium.
GT HD ConceptEdit
The player can unlock this car after getting a time of 1:33.000 or better in Time Trial with the Nissan SKYLINE GT-R V • spec II (R32) '94. A tuned version of this car is also available upon clearing Time Trial with all cars in the game.
This car can be purchased for 750,000 Credits.
As a Premium car, the Toyota CELICA GT-FOUR Rally Car (ST205) '95 can be purchased from the Dealerships for 350,000 Credits. It is a Level 11 car. A Standard version of this car can be imported from Gran Turismo PSP, but its use is limited to Arcade Mode only.
This car can be purchased for 350,000 Credits. It is a detailed car.
- In the first two Gran Turismo games, an additional color scheme was originally available for this car, featuring blue Castrol stripes instead of the usual Green. This alternate color scheme was later removed in Gran Turismo 3: A-Spec, likely to keep the car closer to its real-life counterpart.
- This car, alongside the Lancia STRATOS Rally Car '77 and the Lancia DELTA HF Integrale Rally Car '92, was best known for its appearance in Sega Rally Championship, an arcade rally game produced by Sega published in 1996.
- This car is the only rally car from Gran Turismo 4 to be featured in Gran Turismo 5 with a detailed interior.