Lexus NX F-Sport Gains Black Line Special Edition Spec

Lexus has readied a limited edition NX F-Sport, called the Black Line, which will arrive at U.S. dealers in February.

Pricing starts at $48,575 for the NX 300 F-Sport front-wheel drive version, whereas the all-wheel drive model adds a $1,400 premium. Limited to 1,000 units, the NX Black Line features lower body side graphics and forged 19-inch alloy wheels. Customers will have to choose between three exterior colors called Ultra White, Obsidian and Atomic Silver.

Also Read: 2018 Lexus NX 300 F-Sport 2.0 Turbo Review: Is It As Edgy As It Looks?

Unique to this NX are the Arctic White and Black seats, and the Mark Levinson premium sound system, with 14 speakers. Elsewhere, the SUV gets a black headliner, unique floor mats and cargo mat, in addition to a selection of standard items, such as the 10.3-inch infotainment system, Apple CarPlay and Enform Wi-Fi, with 4GB of space included for the first year.

The Comfort Package is standard and adds heated and ventilated front seats, moonroof, auto-dimming rearview mirror, electric tailgate, Blind Spot Monitor, Intuitive Parking Assist and tilt/telescoping steering column. Active Sound Control, which plays the engine note through the speakers, and the Lexus Safety System+ bundle of driving assistance features, are also included.

The NX Black Line Edition will premiere at the 2019 Chicago Auto Show next Thursday, alongside the LC Inspiration Series that was unveiled online this week, possibly accompanied by other vehicles made by Toyota’s luxury brand.


  • Romain AA

    that grille… :-/

  • no25

    Damnnnn that looks pretty good!

  • Da Only Skid

    Been trying to like the NX since it launched. Still, nothing.

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