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Lexus CT
Lexus
aka Lexus LF-Ch Concept
Production 2011 - present
Class Compact Car
Premium Hybrid Hatchback
Body Style 5-door, 5-seat Hatch
Length 170 in
Width 69.5 in
Height 56 in
Wheelbase 102 in
Weight Weight - you get the point
Transmission E-CVT, FWD
Engine 1.8 litre VVT-i Inline-4 + electric motor
Power N/A hp @ N/A rpm
N/A lb-ft of torque @ N/A rpm
Similar BMW 1 Series
Audi A3
Mercedes-Benz B-Class
Designer Takeshi Tanabe under Simon Humphries

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Recent ChangesEdit

  • Lexus launched the CT 200h F-Sport at the 2010 Australian International Motor Show (AIMS). As with other F-Sport models, changes are largely aesthetic and do not offer any real performance upgrades. [1]

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400h

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The Lexus CT 200h is a hybrid electric automobile. It made its debut at the 2010 Geneva Auto Show on March 2, 2010, six months after the reveal of the LF-C Concept car; it is primarily targeted at the European market but will be sold worldwide and will be introduced to North American markets at the 2010 New York International Auto Show. The Lexus CT 200h uses a front MacPherson strut suspension and a rear double wishbone design. Sales of the CT 200h are scheduled to begin in 2011.

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See AlsoEdit

Lexus RX 400h 2006
LEXUS

Toyota Motor Corporation


Toyota | Lexus | Scion | Hino | Daihatsu


Current

Cars: IS 250/250C/350 · IS-F · ES 350 · GS 300/430/450h · LS 460/460L · LS 600h/600hL · LFA · CT 200h

SUVs: RX 330/350/400h · GX 460 · LX 470 · LX 570

Hybrid: RX 450h · GS 450h · LS 600h/600hL · HS 250h

Lexus F-logo F marque: IS-F · LFA

Historic

Cars: IS 200/300 · ES 250/300/330 · GS 300/400/430 · LS 400/430 · SC 300/400/430

SUVs: RX 300 · LX 450

Hybrid: RX 400h

Racing Vehicles

LF-A Nürburgring 24

Concept Vehicles

LF-A Concept · LF-C Concept · LF-Ch Concept · LF-S Concept · LF-Sh Concept · LF-X Concept · LF-Xh Concept · IS 250 Sports Concept


Engines · Transmissions · Lexus F


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