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For the 2018 model, the ct 200h features a much more modern and aggressive front fascia, thanks to a new mesh pattern for the signature spindle grille that helps elevate the model’s sophistication. also, the integrated bumper that ran across the grille just below the lexus emblem is gone, as are the horizontal bars within the grille. the fog light bezels are now painted metallic grey and are surrounded by an outer frame with a triangular cross-section and sharp edges. the “arrowhead” drls (daytime running lights) have been repositioned above the single-projector headlamps to create a sense of continuity with the side character lines of the car.
at the rear of the car are new “l”-signature shaped taillights. new wider rear combination taillights have been changed to an all-led configuration, with brightly illuminating led turn signals at the bottom of the assembly, strengthening the “l”-signature look, as well as making the new ct more visible from behind. also, the lower part of the rear bumper is now metallic silver and black,while the rear reflector bezels have been painted metallic grey to match the fog light surrounds up front.
spicing up the ct 200h’s profile are sportier wheels—from the base 15-in. pieces to the f sport’s 17-in. dark metallic alloys. of note is the new ten-spoke 16-in. wheel that features a machined finish and dark metallic paint.
for 2018, the ct 200h will offer new two-tone exterior paint schemes and distinctive new colors for the f sport model: lava orange cs and heat blue cl.
one peek inside the cabin, and it is easy to see that the ct 200h offers among the finest interiors in its class, thanks to high-quality materials, rich surface textures and an attractive form-follows-function overall styling philosophy. lexus navigation system that features a larger 10.3-in. wide display screen (versus the previous-generation’s 7-in. monitor) is newly available.
an expanded available interior color palette features new combinations.
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