Lexus unveils its 2014 CT 200h hybrid, showcasing some striking new design touches and the same fuel economy as last year.
Lexus recently unveiled plans for the 2013 version of its CT 200h hybrid, which in previous years has had fuel economy ratings of 42 mpg, 43 mpg city and 40 mpg on the highway.
The Lexus CT 200h hybrid gets a sporting look to it, complete with alloy wheels, a special suspension and other comforts for the trip your car out crowd.
Lexus dresses up its 2012 CT 200h hybrid, priced around $29,000 and sporting a 43 miles per gallon rating in the city as well as a proximity beeper.
The CT 200H is the least-expensive and most fuel-efficient Lexus hybrid. Boring! So the company had Five Axis tune it up for the Chicago Auto Show.
The 2011 Lexus CT 200h gets 42 miles to the gallon and retails for less than $30,000, making it the most efficient and affordable hybrid in Lexus’ line-up.
Lexus plans to bring its sporty new CT 200h luxury hybrid to the United States, saying American buyers can pick one up in early 2011.
Lexus has let the green cat out of the bag on its new CT 200h hybrid, detailing this new luxury eco-car ride at Geneva as it plans to begin production on it globally at the end of the year.
Lexus has dropped a few details about the CT 200h, a new luxury car built from the ground up as a hybrid which will debut at the Geneva Auto Show. Is it the LF-Ch concept?