The first generation of the executive sedan Toyota Century was produced from 1967 to 1997, for three decades the model has gone through several upgrades.
The large rear-wheel drive vehicle was equipped with eight-cylinder petrol engines of 2.6, 3.4 and 4.0 liters in combination with automatic transmissions, three-speed or four-speed.
The cars of the last, seventh generation (1999-2006) had an expressive appearance, but in terms of technology they were significantly inferior to their predecessors. There were no all-wheel drive versions, the cabriolet disappeared from the production program, and only two power units remained - both with a volume of 1.8 liters. The 1ZZ-FE engine developed 145 hp, and the more powerful Celica was equipped with a 2ZZ-GE engine (180-190 hp)
The Toyota Century is equipped with a hybrid power plant consisting of a V8 5.0 gasoline engine (381 hp), a traction motor (224 hp) and an electromechanical variator. The total power of the system is 431 hp Drive - on the rear wheels.
Prices for a sedan start at 19.6 million yen (about 180 thousand dollars). These machines are used mainly by the imperial house of Japan and high-ranking officials. Here collected data for Toyota Century car parts up to 2019.