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(1982 / Automobile & Engine)


Developed by Yamaha Motor based on the Toyota 3T power unit, this was Japan’s first turbocharged DOHC engine. It had a displacement of 1,770cc and an in-line 4-cylinder layout with two spark plugs per cylinder. This engine was mounted in the Toyota Celica, Carina and Corona. Also, 200 units of the 4T-GTEU engine that had an increased displacement of 1,791cc displacement were manufactured for homologation purposes to race in Group B of the World Rally Championship (WRC).

  • Engine type: Turbocharged, liquid-cooled, 4-stroke, DOHC, 2-valve, twin-spark plug, in-line 4-cylinder, 1,770cm³
  • Maximum power output: 117.7kW (160PS) / 6,000r/min
  • Maximum torque: 205.9N•m (21.0kgf•m) / 4,800r/min

*All figures, etc. in a model's description or specifications are from when the model was originally released.

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