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Toyota Celica Supra



Toyota Celica Supra
EngineIn-line six-cylinder
Displacement2.759 cm³
Bore * stroke83,0 * 85,0 mm
CrankshaftMounted sevenfold
Compression ratio9,2 : 1
Engine controlDOHC, 4 valves per cylinder
Mixture formationMulti-point injection
Torque230 Nm at 4600 rpm
Performance125 kW (170 HP) at 5600 rpm
Drive trainFront engine with rear drive
TransmissionFive-speed
Axle driveLocking differential
Front suspensionMcPherson
Rear suspensionSemi-trailing arm
BrakesDiscs, ventilated
Wheels195/70 R 14 (5,5")
Length4.620 mm
Width1.685 mm
Height1.315 mm
Tank capacity61 litres
Payload420 kg
Kerb weight1.280 kg + driver
Maximum speed210 km/h
Manufactured1982 - 1986


A typical Japanese it is with little exciting design, great equipment and a good technical level of development. The data are directly related to the Turbo version, the came 1988. At the five-star rims can be seen that this must be a model after 1991.




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