Lexus has launched a new version of the NX, which utilizes the Hybrid platform and combines the F Sport package with Black Line features inside and out.
Limited to 1,000 units, which will be produced over the next three months, it has an MSRP of $46,810, a $300 premium over the NX300h Luxury and $7,390 more than the entry-level NX 300h, and is already up for grabs.
Boasting new features, the compact crossover is available in the all-new Grecian Water paint finish, as well as the existing Ultra White and Obsidian. It has body-colored over fenders and the looks are contrasted by the black side mirror caps and 18-inch dark finished alloys.
Nothing much has changed in the cockpit, save for the blue stitching, which is exclusive to this variant and can be found on most surfaces, including the seats, steering wheel, gearshift lever, center console, armrest, door cards, and floor and cargo mats.
The final addition to the crossover is a customized two-piece set of travel cases, which consists of a 22-inch carry-on and a 26-inch medium travel case, both in black. Designed by Zero Halliburton exclusively for Lexus, they boast a chrome logo badge laser etched with ‘Zero Halliburton for Lexus’, grille motif interior lining and the car company’s logo embossed into the leather.
Lexus’ Safety System+ 2.0 suite of safety gear is standard and features low-light pedestrian and cyclist detection technology, among others, and can be enhanced with the optional park assist and power tailgate with kick sensor.