2020 Toyota Celica Engine Performance, If it hits the market as a 2020 model, the Toyota Celica is probably going to keep its well-known sporty design of a two-door coupe. This roadster is definitely expected to appear as more aggressive and dynamic but also more attractive than its predecessor. The Celica has been off the market for a while and its fans have been really looking forward to its arrival. When it comes to innovations, we might expect that the carmaker could use some lightweight materials for its chassis.
Toyota Celica Model Design
That weight reduction should significantly boost the overall performance and improve its fuel economy. The upcoming Celica would probably keep riding on the TNGA platform shared with models such as C-HR, Prius and Camry. On the other hand, it could borrow some exterior details from its popular cousin Toyota Supra. Be that as it may, a race-inspired design with a longer nose and a shorter rear end should be expected. We hope for more official details soon.
Toyota Celica Interior Features
The interior of the 2020 Toyota Celica and its improved design have been based on rumors only since there have been no official details confirmed. However, we hope that the carmaker will introduce some next-generation innovations and seriously update the overall comfort, materials, technology and safety. Some lightweight materials such as aluminum should also be used inside as well as leather and other high-quality ones. The seats should be comfortable and supportive, especially at high speeds.
The dashboard should get a modern design with a center console that reveals a larger infotainment touch-screen. It would provide some of the latest features and connectivity options such as navigation, climate control, sound system, USB ports and Bluetooth. Some of the safety systems and driver assist features should include a rearview camera, airbags, pre-collision warning, parking sensors and others.
Toyota Celica Engine Specs
The engine that could be found under the hood of the 2020 Toyota Celica is definitely a mystery at the moment. It has been speculated that one of the options might use a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine, probably paired with a six-speed transmission, but other choices and numbers haven’t been announced yet. The new Celica should get a front-wheel drive system.
via : Toyota