Into a new-generation Celica was inserted the 2.0-liter, four-cylinder 3SG engine and drivetrain from the 1988-93 Celica All Trac, added a Garret turbocharger derived from the IMSA GTP Toyota racecars, added an Apex fuel management system and ended up with a powertrain that produces 500 horsepower and 340 pound-feet of torque. Calty, Toyota's American design studio, did the Champ car-inspired body panels (and nose and rear wing) that widen the car by 3.8 inches in front and by 3.2 inches in the rear. Those panels help cover 19-inch BBS magnesium racing wheels covered by 245/35 Michelin Pilot performance tires. To stop this monster, 12.3 x 1.26 ventilated front discs with four-piston calipers and 12.3 x .63 ventilated rear discs with two-piston calipers are used. The front suspension features Toyota Superstruts with Bilstein shock cartridges while the rear is an independent dual-link setup with Bilstein struts. Completing the package are a racing fuel call; high-temperature, stainless steel Inconel exhaust; Recaro sport seats with four-point racing harnesses; and an integrated roll cage from Rod Millen Motorsports.