A spark of something different from Lexus
The premium brand revises two of its biggest-selling hybrids, the CT hatchback and NX SUV
Among premium car brands, the Lexus USP is devoted to hybrid technology. Recently the marque has removed almost all petrol alternatives from its line-up. So, aside from range-topping ‘F’ performance models like the RC F and the GS F, or the V8 version of the gorgeous, flagship LC coupe, the rest of its products are all part-electrified hybrids.
That means the revised CT hatchback and NX compact SUV have just one drivetrain choice...
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