In 1989, Toyota launched the first car of the Lexus brand, the executive sedan LS 400. A specially created luxury brand was aimed at the American market. However, in Japan there was a demand for cars of this class, so soon there was a right-hand drive version of the car, which received the name Toyota Celsior. Rear-wheel drive sedan was driven by a V8 4.0 engine (260 hp.), Paired with a four-stage "automatic". In 1992, the model was restyled.
In 1994, she made her second-generation Toyota Celsior debut, outwardly and technically not very different from the previous model. The power of the upgraded engine has grown by 5 hp. The list of options appeared dual-zone climate control, CD-changer, navigation system. As a result of the 1997 redesign, Celsior received a slightly modified appearance, a new five-speed automatic transmission and an increase in engine power to 280 liters.
Cars of the third generation were made from 2000 to 2006. A new 4.3-liter "eight" with a capacity of 280 liters was prepared for them. with. In 2003, the car was refreshed appearance, and the five-step "automatic" was replaced by a six-speed. Introduced in 2006, the fourth-generation Lexus LS 460 began to be sold in the Japanese market, so the Celsior disappeared from the lineup. Choose the model and get information about Toyota Celsior parts. Here collected data of car parts for up to last Toyota Caldina 2006