The season for giving may still be more than a month away but Lexus is already demonstrating its goodwill spirit with the introduction of the new CT 200h Advance, a model that comes with a prestige equipment specification at a high value price.
Lexus has introduced a new entry-point S grade to the range, making the CT 200h accessible to even more customers, but with no compromise in the luxury, sophistication and advanced technologies that distinguish all Lexus models. And thanks to being fitted with new 15-inch five-spoke alloy wheels and a larger rear spoiler, the new CT 200h achieves even lower CO2 emissions – 87g/km.
Launched in spring 2010, the Lexus CT 200h remains the only fully hybrid premium compact car. CT 200h has attracted younger customers to the brand and contributed significantly to Lexus’s growth in Europe.
The new Lexus GS 450h full hybrid performance saloon will make its world debut at the Frankfurt motor show on September 13. Equipped with second-generation Lexus Hybrid Drive, the new GS is set to deliver improvements in both environmental and driving performance.
The Lexus CT 200h has emphatically proved its safety credentials with a top five-star rating from Euro NCAP. The organisation’s independent crash testing of the new full hybrid luxury hatchback produced an overall score of 83 per cent, well above the benchmark for gaining the top ranking.