Halloween celebrates the spirit of the night. But don’t worry, there’s nothing to fear here. Lexus embraces the only truly nocturnal holiday’s dark, velvety shadows year-round with the 2020 Black Line Special Edition models, infusing Halloween with luxury for a hauntingly smooth vehicle.
Designed to glide through the night
Pairing an Obsidian exterior with all-black grille surround, the 2020 IS F Sport Black Line Special Edition will glow beneath the moon’s autumnal reflection. And the F Sport’s 18-inch wheels feature a deep black vapor chrome color finish perfect for midnight rides.
While this four-door Black Line Special Edition is both premium and spell-binding, particularly the black-and-gray upholstery with Indigo Blue color stitching, it’s also second to none in terms of convenience. Offering an unparalleled navigation system – as well as a Blind Spot Monitor —drivers are assisted in avoiding any unforeseen obstacles this Halloween.
Luxury, however, isn’t simply about style and features. It’s also about performance. The all-wheel drive version of the 2020 IS 300 Black Line Special Edition —featuring a 3.5-liter V6 with 260 hp —is sure to leave drivers bewitched by its responsive acceleration.
In the same crepuscular mood of All Hallows’ Eve, the 2020 NX 300 Black Line Special Edition offers a dark elegance that exceeds every standard of luxury, making it a fitting vehicle for the season of longer nights.
More colors for fall-themed fun
If black on black isn’t your style, the 2020 NX 300 Black Line Special Edition, gives guests the choice of Red Matador Mica, Eminent White Pearl or Nebula Gray with their bronze colored-finished wheels with color-matched fenders. Inside, exclusive bronze-colored ornamentation and stitching offer a festive twist for the fall holiday.
The 2020 NX 300 Black Line Special Edition also provides features that are sure to make the Halloween experience even more charmed. Whether bringing home the candy or pumpkins for carving, the NX makes it easier with the power rear door rigged with a kick sensor. And, drivers venturing out on a spine-chilling night can settle into the ride with a heated steering wheel and front seats.