As January prepares to enter the final furlong we pick out the top stories making the headlines for the week of 19th-23rd January 2015. It’s Diesel Car’s weekend round up.
It is easy to spot a clean technology synergy between Resin Products’ business and its decision to choose Lexus hybrids for its first vehicle fleet.
Star Medical Ltd has chosen Lexus for its new vehicle fleet, a decision based on its careful research into the quality, service, environmental responsibility and technical innovation the brand can provide, qualities that align perfectly with its own corporate profile and priorities.
Lexus is offering new multimedia entertainment possibilities for CT 200h customers with the launch of new DVD and iPad® systems for rear seat passengers.
As the first UK customers discover for themselves the improvements Lexus has made to the new CT 200h, the model’s chief engineer Chika Kako, has shared her insights into the development priorities for the luxury hybrid hatchback.
Lexus is making the most comprehensive package of improvements yet to the CT 200h range, with styling, handling and equipment changes that will make the market’s only full hybrid luxury hatchback an even more appealing proposition.
A new, more comfortable and refined Lexus CT 200h will be launched in the UK and Europe in March next year.
Lexus will unveil the new CT 200h at the 2013 Guangzhou Motor Show on November 21, 2013. The CT 200h was first introduced in 2010 as the world’s first full hybrid luxury compact car.
The season for giving may still be more than a month away but Lexus is already demonstrating its goodwill spirit with the introduction of the new CT 200h Advance, a model that comes with a prestige equipment specification at a high value price.
The Lexus CT 200h is the first full hybrid vehicle to be launched at the heart of the small luxury car segment. It is also Lexus’s first compact five-door car and takes its place as the new gateway model for the Lexus range.