The Celica is a sports car by Toyota released in 1971. This car, the name of which means "celestial", lasted for seven generations in total, up until 2006. Throughout that time, the Celica came with different engines and in various body types. These included a 2-door notchback coupé, a 2-door convertible, and a 3-door liftback, among others. The Toyota Celica was produced in Japan, either at the Tsutsumi, Tahara, or Higashi-Fuji plant.