Japan

Toyota

60010096

2nd

Celica Convertible

Released date : 1990/ 8/24

body type

Convertible

CP(CV)

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  • Specification
  • Description
  • Plant
  • Name origin
Grade CONVERTIBLE_2000_Twin Cam 16 CONVERTIBLE TYPE G_2000_Twin Cam 16
Model type
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weight
Model type E-ST183C-BKMVF E-ST183C-BKMVF(G)
Curb mass(kg) 1350 1360
Dimensions Length(mm) 4480 4480
Width(mm) 1690 1690
Height(mm) 1325 1325
Wheelbase(mm) 2525 2525
Engine Engine code 3S-GE 3S-GE
Engine type In-line 4-cylinder, DOHC, 16valve In-line 4-cylinder, DOHC, 16valve
Displacement(cm3) 1998 1998
Max. output kW/(PS)/r.pm -/165/6800 -/165/6800
* The specifications are those of representative model grades.
* Max. output represents a net rating.
* The model numbers of these vehicles are ST185(2000), ST185H(2000), ST182(2000), ST183(2000), ST183C(2000).
In August 1990, the second-generation convertible was added to the fifth-generation Celica line that had debuted in September 1989. As with the previous model generation, ASC (American Sunroof Corporation) undertook the conversion in the U.S., attaching a power soft top on the Celica body. The durable and water-repellent soft top employed the Stayfast fabric made of a three-ply acrylic composite. A dynamic combination of curved lines and surfaces gave the Celica convertible its unique styling. In terms of mechanism, the most prominent feature of this model was the 4-wheel-steering system (dual-mode 4WS) which was the first for Toyota. A naturally aspirated 1,998 cc 165 PS engine (3S-GE) was combined with a 5-speed manual transmission, and the layout was front-engine, front-wheel-drive.
Plant Tahara plant, American Sunroof Corporation.
"Celica" is Spanish for "celestial" or "heavenly."
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