The Toyota Motor Corporation G-family engine is a family of straight-6 piston engines producedfrom 1979 to present. It is notable in that only a single displacement, 2.0 L (1988 cc), wasproduced in this series. All were belt-driven OHC non-interference engines (except the VVT-iversion in the IS200 which is an interference engine), with multivalve DOHC (except the 1G-EUSOHC 12 valve engine) and even variable valve timing added later.These engines were used as a lower-displacement alternative to the more upmarket M family andJZ family straight-6.Contents[hide]* 1 1Go 1.1 1G-EUo 1.2 1G-FEo 1.3 1G-GEUo 1.4 1G-GEo 1.5 1G-GTEo 1.6 1G-GZE* 2 See also 1GSince just one displacement was offered, all G-family engines are marked 1G and share thesame "square" 75 mm (2.95 in) bore and stroke.Applications:* Toyota Soarer * Toyota Celica Supra* Toyota Crown* Toyota Cressida* Toyota Altezza* Lexus IS200 1G-EUThe Japan-spec 1G-EU was produced from 1979 through 1986. This is the only 2-valve SOHCmember of the family. Output was 105-125 hp (78-93 kW) at 5400 rpm and 116-127 ft·lbf (157-172 Nm) at 4400 rpm. 1G-FE1G-FEThe DOHC 1G-FE uses a narrow valve angle and other fuel economy optimizations. It wasintroduced in 1988. Output was 135 hp (101 kW) at 5600 rpm and 130 ft·lbf (176 Nm) at 4400rpm. In 1998 VVT-i was added, which bumped output to 160 hp (119 kW) at 6200 rpm and 148ft·lbf (200 Nm) at 4400 rpm for the Toyota Altezza/Lexus IS 200, Toyota Crown, Toyota Chaser,Toyota Mark II, and Toyota Cresta. 1G-GEUThe 24-valve DOHC 1G-GEU was intended for high performance. Produced from 1982 through1986, mostly for the Japan market, output was 140-160 hp (104-119 kW) at 6200 rpm and 120-134 ft·lbf (162-181 Nm) at 5600 rpm. 1G-GE1G-GE replaced 1G-GEU in 1988. It was detuned from 160 hp down to 150 hp and served thesame cars as 1G-GEU did. It was produced for Supra GA70 until 1993.