2012 Lexus CT 200h F-Sport Special Edition

Lexus CT 200h F-Sport Special Edition

Details on the 2012 Lexus CT 200h F-Sport Special Edition have been announced today.

Available in three exterior colors (Nebula Gray Pearl, Starfire Pearl and Tungsten Pearl), the special edition will get the five-spoke F-Sport 17″ alloy wheels with a unique Liquid Silver finish, the sport suspension with anti-sway bar and springs, Ocean Blue NuLuxe trimmed seats and black F-Sport floor mats with blue contrast stitching.

As far as options, the CT F-Sport Special Edition will (obviously) be equipped with the full F-Sport package, along with both the navigation & premium audio package. Also included is this TUMI tote & backpack with F-Sport embossed logos.

Let’s take a better look at the wheels and the included luggage (click for a larger image):

Lexus CT 200h F-Sport Special Edition Wheel

Lexus CT 200h F-Sport Special Edition Luggage

Limited to a run of 900 units, the 2012 CT 200h F Sport Special Edition will arrive at dealerships next month with a MSRP of $37,995.

[Source: Lexus USA]


  1. I like so much this model! I like the car, the alloy wheel (is small, but is nice too) and the colour! Ah! The brand of baggage is nice too. I hope this model can be also available in Europe and Russia.
  2. Car looks great... but ugly rim.    Looks small and too busy.
  3. Lexus' should all be RWD and have engines with no less than 6 cylinders. Every Lexus car should be available as hybrid and some could be hybrid-only. Turbochargers and/or diesel engines should never be found in a Lexus vehicle
  4. Those rims are pure sex, want them on my CT.
  5. so basically, all show and no go. they shouldn't brand anything "F-sport" unless it's got the balls to back up the name.
  6. Mine is arriving soon. I will post how it is. Love the wheels and special interior
  7. I traded my 507 hp MB for my F sport... love it....drive it like a 125.. 2 stroke GP bike...no power so don't let off!!! ...it handles AWESOME..don't miss the power and don't miss the fuel consumption of the MB