While previous generations of the all-wheel-drive, turbocharged Toyota Celica arrived in the United States under the All-Trac moniker, the Japanese automaker never introduced the version for the ST205 generation to America. Now, there's finally an opportunity to experience one.
The initial versions in Japan had 252 horsepower (188 kilowatts), and Europeans got a variant with 239 hp (178 kW). Both versions had a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder and ran through a five-speed manual with all-wheel drive. The models featured Toyota's Super Strut Suspension system that limited tire camber changes during cornering to improve handling.