The co2 emission for the new Lexus CT 200h is just 96g/km, this incredible outline is because of the special efficiency of its full mixture powertain. Unlike conventional diesel engines, the most recent generation Lexus Hybrid Drive which powers the Lexus CT 200h produces near-zero levels of NOx and particulates. Prelude fuel consumption figures further support the car’s clean and proficient profile, with an anticipated 68.9mpg in combined cycle driving.
The new Lexus CT 200h will be accessible at the Paris motor show in October and will be commercially available in the UK from October, with first deliveries to customers in the New Year. This is the first Lexus for the luxury small car market and will meet the standards expected in the well competitive market for compact luxury cars presently dominated by the BMW 1 Series and Audi A3.
With lower fuel bills,a Band A classification for Vehicle Excise Duty giving a zero road tax charge and a company car tax benefit-in-kind of just 10 per cent combine to give the Lexus CT 200h a convincing cost of ownership profile.