The first-generation Toyota Celica arrived in 1970 as a small sports coupe that looked like someone left a Ford Mustang in the dryer for too long. The designers followed the contemporary trends, and the model gained a wedge shape with pop-up headlights in the 1980s. Things changed for the 1994 model year when the sixth-gen Celica arrived and switched to four circular lamps in a fixed position up front.