Toyota Celica GT-Four
The Toyota Celica GT-Four in its first (top), second (middle), and third (bottom) generations
Appears in All games
Manufacturer Toyota
Years Active ‎1986-1999

The Toyota Celica GT-Four is a high performance model of the Celica Liftback, with a turbocharged 3S-GTE engine and full-time AWD. It was created to compete in the World Rally Championship, whose regulations dictate that a manufacturer must build road-going versions of the vehicle in sufficient numbers. These vehicles are referred to as "homologation special vehicles".

The Celica GT-Four came in three generations; ST165, based on the fourth generation Celica, and manufactured between October 1986 and August 1989; the Super Round shape ST185 produced from September 1989 to September 1993; and ST205 was built from February 1994 to June 1999.

The Celica GT-Four production cars were built at Toyota's Tahara plant in Aichi Prefecture, Japan, and the rally cars were prepared by Toyota Team Europe in Cologne, Germany.

In Gran Turismo 2, all of them can be race modified to create their rally car counterparts.

The Celica GT-Four in Gran TurismoEdit

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