This is the refreshed Lexus CT200h, which will be unveiled in full at the Guangzhou motor show
Updates include revised rear-end styling that's claimed to “reinforce the car's powerful presence on the road”
The CT200h now gets the company's distinctive 'spindle' grille
Current generation of CT200h is claimed to average 74.3mpg thanks to a hybrid drivetrain
The Lexus CT200h was first introduced in 2010
It was notable for being the world’s first full-hybrid entrant in the ‘compact premium’ car category
The refreshed Lexus features new alloy wheels
Full details will be revealed at the car's official unveil, on the 21 November
The new Lexus CT200h has been previewed in official shots released prior to the car's forthcoming debut.
Other changes include new alloy wheel designs and minor revisions to the car's styling, which are hoped to give it a more “dynamic and sophisticated look”.
Equipment and technical updates have yet to be announced, but it's expected that it will remain mostly unchanged from the current model.
The existing CT200h features a 1.8-litre petrol-electric hybrid drivetrain that produces a total of 134bhp and is claimed to average 74.3mpg.