As relating to the 2000-2005 Celica, sold in North America; In most cases TRD
products are considered aftermarket parts, usually installed as an add-on package by the dealership or as replacement parts at the request of the buyer.
In 2001, the TRD
add-on parts that were available for the Toyota Celica were:
Body Kit," which became the "Action Package" in 2002TRD
Wing w/third brake lightTRD
Wheels, Standard Toyota 5x100 bolt pattern with TRD
Logo displayed on center hubTRD
Hi-Flow Air FilterTRD Oil FilterTRD
Sport Exhaust in standard or extended lengthTRD
Off-Road Exhaust (Kazuma, IIRC)TRD
Suspension Kit, which included Lowering Springs & Shock Absorbers/StrutsTRD
Rear Sway BarTRD
Fuel Door CoverTRD License Plate
Frames, Raised "Dome" TRD Badges and TRD Chrome Decal Emblems
Vinyl Stickers, TRD
Wall Clocks, TRD
Hats, T-Shirts, Sun Visors... and many other miscellaneous TRD
apparel and vehicle appearance accessories not specific to the 7th Gen Celica
There were also "Toyota Sport" accessories sold, such as seats with a red trim ("Panasonic Edition" or "Tsunami Celica," as it was sometimes called in Canadian marketing), and also a steering wheel with red trim/accents.
There were a few other TRD
products available for aftermarket purchase, but nothing sold together as a complete "TRD
Celica" from Toyota in 2001.
If you have a TRD
Badge or stickers on the back of your Celica, where the "GT-S" or "Toyota" logos are commonly found, you might want to take that up with the previous owner of that vehicle, since to my knowledge, Toyota never sold a 2000-2005 Celica in North America with that style of branding.