FWD or AWD versions only

It hasn't been an entire year since Lexus demonstrated the 2019 NX F Sport Black Line, yet with the beginning of the 2020 model year, another distinctive is as of now in transit. Lexus is propelling a subsequent Black Line Edition on the NX, this time for the 300 model, and this time with bronze accents all around.

The NX 300 Black Line begins with the $3,720 Premium Package, which has blind spot monitor, auto-dimming warmed side mirrors with switch tilt, warmed and ventilated front seats, the Lexus memory system, a power moonroof, LED daytime running lights and 18-inch five-spoke wheels. On this new exceptional version, the wheels are separated with bronze wrapping up.

Furthermore, Lexus paints the regularly plastic bumper trim to coordinate one of three exterior hues: Eminent White Pearl, Nebula Gray Pearl or Matador Red Mica. Since it's as yet a Black Line, it has a dark grille, a dark grille encompass, black fog lamp lodging and black side mirrors. Inside, the dark leather, dark dashboard and dark headliner are less of the news than is the new brightening bronze pageantry. Lexus adopted bronze snitching on the door trim, floor mats, center console, seats, and the key dandies.

The Black Line Special Edition is furnished with a few current tech highlights, including a heated steering wheel, and a 10.3-inch infotainment display with Android Auto compatibility and Google Maps route. It additionally has parking assist and a power back door with kick action.

The Black Line treatment can be requested on front-wheel-drive or all-wheel-drive variations of the 2020 NX 300. It accompanies a 235-horsepower turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder that is matched with a six-speed programmed transmission. Counting destination costs, the FWD units begin at $45,735, and the AWD units begin at $47,135. They will be accessible at the beginning of November 2019.