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If you are thinking of buying a white Lexus, the Crafted Line is worth waiting for

Lexus will produce a limited number of custom cars and crossovers in distinct white and black colors just in time for Christmas.

Lexus this week announced its new Crafted Line of model trims. The line will mean a special white exterior color with interiors of black and red. In addition, the cars will come with custom Tumi soft luggage and other special details.

The Crafted Line by Lexus will be available on the following 2015 models:
Lexus LS 460 F Sport (Either AWD or RWD)
Lexus GS 350 F Sport (Either AWD or RWD)
Lexus IS 250 F Sport (Either AWD or RWD where Lexus offers this vehicle in RWD)
Lexus RX 350 F Sport AWD
Lexus ES 350

Lexus Crafted Line Details
In addition to a two-piece Tumi soft luggage set, he Crafted Line will come with a special selection of Meguiar’s car care products so that the discerning new owner can keep their white car clean. The color of every Crafted Line Lexus will be Ultra White. Inside the seat upholstery is all black, and the stitching and offsetting colors in the interior are scarlet or cabernet.

The exteriors color for the aggressive F Sport grills is Obsidian, black, or dark graphite depending upon model. In the LS, RX, and GS the seating is leather and in the IS and ES it is NuLuxe. Standard packages for the Crafted Line by Lexus will include blind spot monitoring, rear cross traffic alert, and other select premium features, such as the Mark Levinson stereo for the LS.

Lexus Crafted Line Availability
The first viewing of the line was at the Peter Hay Hill at Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance earlier this August. Lexus is clearly targeting the Christmas season with the Crafted Line. The company plans to make more announcements, but hints that the cars will be available in November.

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