Frankfurt 2011: 2012 Lexus CT 200h F-Sport


Lexus is bringing out their sport package for the CT 200h Hybrid.

Having already released their brand-new hybrid sedan the GS 450h, Lexus has revealed their new hot hatch program the 2012 CT 200h F-Sport. Making its debut at the Frankfurt Auto Show, the F-Sport package for the CT200h was designed to give the luxury brand a wider appeal to a younger audience. The hybrid powertrain featured on the CT 200h remains unchanged, however it does receive a fine-tuned suspension.

The major changes come in the way of a blacked out body kit, with a new mesh front grille, F-Sport badging, leather shift knob and a catchy metallic trim on the dashboard. The package sits on a set of 17-inch alloy wheels. Set for release in the U.S. and Europe, the 2012 CT 200h F-Sport seen here in the photos is the Euro-spec only. The F-Sport for the States should be revealed soon and look similar to the European version.

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