Lexus Debuts NX Black Line Special Edition, But There’s A Catch

Only 1,000 will go on sale in February

1,000 NX F Sport Black Line models will go on sale next month.

2019 Lexus NX Black Line

Lexus is preparing to hit the Chicago Auto Show with a wide range of special edition models. From the 2020 Lexus RC F Track Edition to the LC Convertible Concept that debuted in Detroit, the company is bringing along another special edition. This 2019 Lexus NX Black Line adds a graphics package, larger wheels and a Mark Levinson audio system to the model. But there’s a catch: Production is limited to just 1,000 units.

Building on the current F Sport, the NX Black Line will go on sale in February. Prices start from $48,575 for a front-wheel drive model. Adding all-wheel drive raises that price $1,400 to $49,975.

Buyers will get F Sport 19-inch alloy wheels, along with lower side body graphics. On the inside, you also get a 10.3-inch infotainment system with navigation, and a 14-speaker, 835-watt Mark Levinson sound system. The NX Black Line further adds a black headliner, unique floor mats, cargo mat. Apple CarPlay compatibility comes standard, but there’s no Android Auto support yet.

Finally, the 2019 Lexus NX Black Line adds blind spot monitoring, heated and ventilated seats, a power rear door, parking assist, a power moonroof and auto-dimming rear-view mirror as standard equipment.

You can get all the equipment available in the Black Line package as optional equipment on the Lexus NX F Sport. Prices for a similarly equipped model come out about $4,105 less than the Black Line. The special edition model is available in Ultra White, Obsidian and Atomic Silver.