If you don’t like the 2012 Lexus LS 460 Special Edition or the 2012 ES 350 Touring Edition, we have another proposal for you: the 2012 Lexus CT 200h F Sport Special Edition. As expected, the CT 200h F Sport Special is also the cheapest special edition, with a price tag of $37,995 plus the $875 processing and handling fee.
The new special edition of the Lexus CT 200h production will be limited to 900 units, each available for only the Premium model and in three colors: Nebula Gray Pearl, Starfire Pearl and Tungsten Pearl.
Moreover, the 2012 Lexus CT 200h F Sport Special Edition will include the following features: F Sport 17-inch alloy wheels with Liquid Silver finish, F Sport suspension with anti-sway bar and springs, Ocean Blue NuLuxe trimmed seats, TUMI tote and backpack both with F Sport embossed logo and Ocean Blue NuLuxe zippers and lining,
Furthermore, the vehicle features the F Sport Package, which consists of an unique front mesh grille, a larger rear spoiler, F Sport exterior badge, metal front scuff plates, aluminum sport pedals, metallic trim added to dash panel, perforated leather-trimmed steering wheel with F Sport logo, leather-trimmed shift knob, black headliner, navigation package, premium audio package.
The Lexus CT 200h is the first and only full hybrid vehicle in the premium compact segment. This is also the carmaker's first five door compact car and brings together a unique mix of high technology, sophistication and quality. Lexus hopes that it will also introduce the brand to a younger group of buyers.
The Lexus CT 200h is especially developed and designed for the European market. Its packaging, size, technology and minimal emissions are sure to make it attractive to young, environmentally conscious, and discerning customers. But it retains the superior driving pleasure and refinement that Lexus puts into its every car.
There are five key Lexus touches that give buyers unparalleled experience with the new CT 200h: a one of a kind driving character; attention to detail; the Lexus Hybrid Drive along with its proprietary Energy Management System; superior manufacturing quality; the exquisite styling that follows the carmaker's L-finesse design blueprint; and the carmaker's well-known customer service.
The Hybrid Drive system was developed following a strict set of development standards that include at least 500 different guidelines and help improve every aspect of the environmental and dynamic performance of the new hybrid car. These guidelines are known as the Lexus MUSTs and also set NVH standards to attain lower sound levels and more durability that customers have come to expect from Lexus. These MUSTs also apply to the static design elements such as the tactile quality, appearance, control performance and sensitivity, and the sound quality.