LEXUS AT THE FRANKFURT MOTOR SHOW

Lexus is showcasing its advances in safety and driver assistance technology for upcoming new models and hosting the European premiere of its new NX crossover and refreshed CT 200h luxury hatchback models at the Frankfurt International Motor Show.

Lexus advanced safety technologies for new and future models
The benefits of Lexus’s advanced safety technologies are being extended deeper into its model range with the Lexus Safety System + suite of active safety and driver assistance features being made available on both the new NX and revised CT model ranges, to be launched later this year.

Lexus will take safety technologies to an even higher level in the all-new LS saloon, scheduled for launch at the end of 2017. This flagship model will be the first Lexus to benefit from further improvements to the functions of Lexus Safety System +, together with the introduction of even more sophisticated driving assistance and advanced pre-collision support in Lexus Safety System + A.

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European premiere of the revised Lexus CT 200h
When Lexus debuted the CT 200h at the 2010 Geneva Motor Show, it introduced the compact hybrid hatchback to the luxury automobile segment. The CT 200h has become one the brand’s best-selling hybrid models.

With this latest update, Lexus looks to build on the model’s strengths and its well-earned reputation for efficiency and reliability, introducing a refreshed exterior that captures its driver-appeal – without compromising its user-friendliness and fuel economy. Details and specifications of UK market models will be announced nearer the car’s on-sale date, later this year.

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European premier of the new Lexus NX
Since its launch in 2014, the NX crossover has quickly established itself as a key player in the Lexus range accounting more than 30 per cent of Lexus European sales since its launch. It has been successfully attracting customers – many of them new to the brand – with its combination of luxury, cool, contemporary design, intelligent packaging and enjoyable driving dynamics.

To build on that momentum and maintain the NX’s strong appeal, Lexus has initiated a package of revisions and improvements, covering exterior and interior styling, safety and equipment features. The new range will be introduced later this year; details of UK availability and specifications will be announced nearer the on-sale date.

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