|Toyota CELICA SS-II (ZZT231) '99|
|Appears in||Gran Turismo 2 (RM)|
Gran Turismo 3: A-Spec
Gran Turismo 4
Gran Turismo PSP
Gran Turismo 5
Gran Turismo 6
|Type in GT5||Standard|
|Interior in GT6||Simple|
|Max Power||179 BHP / 7600 rpm|
|Performance Points||395 PP|
|Max Torque||133.8 lb-ft / 6800 rpm|
|Length||170.6 inches (4,330 mm)|
|Width||68.3 inches (1,730 mm)|
|Height||51.3 inches (1,300 mm)|
|Weight||1,140 kilograms (2,500 lb)|
|Power/Weight Ratio||6.37 kg (14.0 lb) per horsepower|
There are six colors to choose from for this car:
- Super White II
- Silver Metallic
- Super Red V
- Super Bright Yellow
- Black Mica Color Clear
"The 7th generation Celica that returned to an orthodox coupe design after leaving the WRC."
The seventh-generation Toyota Celica, introduced in September 1999, was unlike any other Celica that preceded it. It was developed with the key phrase, "The Reinstatement of the Sports Specialty", which means that Toyota wanted to reflect sports cars of yesteryear, while still possessing modern day technology.
The exterior design was carried out by CALTY, Toyota's design center in Southern California. The look of the new car bordered on radical, highlighted by headlights that were vertically elongated triangles, and the rear combination lights characterized by their upright rectangular shape. The car's profile was reminiscent of more expensive sports cars, defined by an extreme wedge shape. The interior employed a special layout dubbed the "crossover cockpit", which provided equal room for both the driver and his/her passenger. There were rear seats, but weren't fit for anyone taller than six feet. The car was smaller than its predecessor, with an overall length, width, and height of 170.6 inches, 68.3 inches, and 51.3 inches, respectively.
Two engine grades were offered in Japan, the SS-I and SS-II, both of which were 1.8-liter DOHC inline-4. The SS-I featured VVT-i and put out 143 HP, while the SS-II had VVTL-i producing 187 HP. The SS-II was also coupled to a 6-speed manual transmission and had a super-strut suspension setup in front. Despite being front-wheel drive, it became regarded as the best-handling Celica ever.
This car can be bought at the Toyota New Cars Dealership in East City for 26,880 Credits, with Racing Modifications costing 82,000 Credits.
This car can be bought at the Toyota dealership for 19,700 Credits.
This car can be purchased in the Used Car Showroom (Late '90s) for around 14,000 Credits. The exact price of the car may vary depending on the mileage.
This car can be purchased for 21,810 Credits.
As a Standard car, the Toyota CELICA SS-II (ZZT231) '99 can be purchased from the Used Car Dealership for 18,195 Credits. It is a Level 0 car.
This car can be purchased for 21,810 Credits. It has a simple interior.