The 1990s brought about gold badging as a popular accent. The 2000s largely stuck to silver and chrome. The tail end of this decade has shifted to another finish: bronze.
The Lexus NX Black Line edition for the NX 300 trim will come exclusively with the 18-inch bronze finished wheels seen here.
Cracking open the door and having a look inside reveals more bronze accents.
Bronze inserts are aplenty, as is contrasting bronze stitching on the seats, center console and door trim.
The floor mats also get a burst of bronze with contrast piping along the edges of the carpets.
A black headliner ties the whole look together.
Standard features should impress those looking for a stylish and time-appropriate crossover.
Prices start at $45,735 after a mandatory destination fee for a front-wheel drive model. Opt for all-wheel drive, and the cost increases to $47,135.