Lexus unveiled CT  200h F sport, which received a revised body kit, bigger rims, tinted glass, slightly touched dashboard and new door panel trim. Among the new features in the interior,  CT  200h F sport includes a sporty steering wheel and new pedals.

Lexus also retuned the suspension and added Flame Blue color to the option list. However, the vehicle is going to be a little overpriced, than the customers expect.

Lexus chief executive Tony Cramb commented:

"CT 200h gives Lexus a presence in the growing luxury compact segment. There is a clear trend to small vehicles that do not compromise on features - in short, CT is a small car with all the luxury features of a large car. CT 200h F Sport models will add even greater appeal to a vehicle that - with its hybrid drivetrain and list of advanced features - is set to become Australia's most advanced luxury hatch."

"The arrival of the CT 200h in 2011 reinforces yet again Lexus' commitment to hybrid vehicles. It cements our real-world hybrid advantage in the luxury market," Mr Cramb added.

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