Toyota Celica review: A hybrid-electric car with a unique driving experience
Toyota’s Celica Hybrid will be available in the US market on August 6th.
The Japanese automaker is launching the vehicle in two trim levels.
The 1.5L TDI engine will be paired with a two-speed automatic transmission, and the 2.0L TDG will be used as the standard engine.
The Celica will offer up to 65 miles per charge and a range of 215 miles, with the TDI offering 60 miles per hour.
This will come with a six-speed manual transmission, while the 2L TD is a six speed automatic.
It is the first hybrid in a Toyota product lineup, and we’ll be getting our hands on the first Celica to hit the road.
In terms of price, the Celica is expected to start at $23,990.
While the TD is expected at $24,995, the 2 is expected for $27,995.
Both of these models are powered by the same 6.4L TD-I engine.
The 2L diesel will be a two cylinder, with a combined output of 632 horsepower and 717 lb-ft of torque.
The Celica TD is set to offer a 6.2L twin-turbo engine that will deliver a combined 632 hp and 749 lb-f-ft.
The TD is the more expensive option, with an MSRP of $26,995 with a 6L TD diesel and a 6LT diesel.
The 6LT is the most expensive option at $26 and the 6L is priced at $29,995 for the 2LT and $33,995 per 2LT.
The 2LT comes with an optional six-speaker sound system, while 3LT comes standard with a seven-speak system.
It will be the first time that a Toyota Celina comes with a 3L.
The 3L is available in either the 2 or 3L versions.