After revealing the all-new 2014 Lexus IS at the Detroit Auto Show, the Toyota luxury division is planning a world premiere for the first every IS hybrid in Geneva next month.
While no details on powertrain have been released, it’s expected to be a version of the 200 hp 2.5-liter 4-cylinder hybrid found in the Lexus ES300h. In North America that car is rated at 40 mpg. In a smaller IS model, and with less-stringent mileage testing in Europe, it could hit closer to 50 mpg overseas.
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Lexus has also confirmed the IS300h will be available with an F-Sport version, including exterior and interior design enhancements, not to mention the cool LFA-style sliding gauges.
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No details of the IS300h for the North American market have yet been announced, but it’s expected to be offered in the near future.
In addition, Lexus will also showcase its LF-CC concept at the Geneva Motor Show, as well as an expanded range of F Sport models.