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Celica makes world claim

TOYOTA'S new Celica 190 is now on sale with what the company claims to be the world's most hi-tech engine for £20,495 on-the-road. It uses a new version of the 1.8-litre engine which pumps out more than 100bhp per litre.

This puts the Celica among an exclusive band of cars which includes the BMW M3 (106bhp/litre) and Ferrari 360 Modena (111bhp/litre). With 189bhp and 133lb-ft of torque, the Celica 190 does 0-62mph in 7.4 seconds and goes on to a top speed of 140mph. The combined fuel consumption figure is 33.6mpg while CO2 emissions are 200g/km.

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