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 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.
Miki drives a modified black GT-Four in the series.
- Engine Name: 3S-GTE
- Engine Type: I4 DOHC
- Max power: 255 hp / 6000 rev / min
- Maximum torque: 31.0 kgm / 4800 rev / min
- Displacement: 1998 cc
- Drivetrain: 4WD
- Aspiration: Turbo
- Length: 4420 mm
- Height: 1750 mm
- Width: 1305 mm
- Weight: 1380 kg
- Transmission: 5MT (5-speed manual gearbox)
- Body kit: C-ONE (wing and hood)