No. The fronts and rears are different sizes. That is how brakes are on almost every car. Note that cross drilled and slotted rotors will not last as long and are more prone to cracking and warping. The also make more noise when the pads travel over the holes.
This is from Lexus and easily found on their web page:
10.0-in ventilated front, 10.9-in solid rear discs with regenerative braking function
What is wrong with your rotors? Toyota rotors are very durable and rarely warp. Also due to the regenerative braking, the brake pads on the CT (and other hybrids) last upwards of 70 to 100,000 miles.
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