2014 Lexus CT 200h Spied on Official Photo Shoot

Spy Shots

Facelifted Lexus CT to arrive next year; spied here in F-Sport trim.

It’s been rumored that a refreshed Lexus CT 200h was in the offing, and these spy shots of an F-Sport model caught while on an official photo shoot confirm that an update is indeed on the horizon. Up front, the hybrid hatchback receives a completely new face. Lexus’ signature spindle grille brings it in line with the rest of its stablemates and a new set of headlamps keep things looking sharp and fresh up.

At the back, the five-door hatch receives slimmer headlights, a revised bumper, vertical vents and a subtle diffuser. A new set of wheels round off the exterior refinements. Powertrain changes aren’t expected until the next-gen CT arrives sometime in 2016, when the hybrid powerplant could be replaced and the CT lineup expanded with a sedan variant.

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