Nissan Dresses Up the Rogue As a Star Wars X-Wing Fighter
With another Star Wars movie coming out at the end of 2017, the item only makes sense for Nissan to continue pushing its partnership with the galactic giant. A few companies, like Uber’s stormtrooper-themed Dodge Chargers along with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles’ Star Wars–themed ads, have tried to feed off the hype of one of the biggest brands in entertainment history. yet Nissan hooked the biggest deal as an official partner centered around last year’s Discharge, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. in which was Yet again on display at the Chicago auto show with an X-Wing fighter–themed Rogue.
Nissan had previously introduced the 2017 Rogue: Rogue One Star Wars Limited Edition at the Los Angeles auto show last fall, going all out with stormtroopers, a half-scale replica of a TIE fighter, along with two one-off Rogues. One was themed like an orange X-Wing pilot’s jumpsuit, along with the different was the vehicle you see above, themed like the X-Wing fighter itself. Nissan’s actual Chicago show debut was the Titan King Cab, yet let’s be real: This kind of is usually way more fun along with interesting.
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Sitting under a giant inflatable Death Star replica, the X-Rogue was wrapped to look grimy along with battle tested, sprouted fake thrusters along with blasters, along with had a functioning astromech droid on top. Custom wheels along with side mirrors projecting Rebel Alliance logos topped off the package. Although the Rogue doesn’t quite live up to the starfighter’s reputation for speed along with firepower, the item played the part well. The special vehicle is usually not for sale (duh), yet in which’s why Nissan made the Rogue One Star Wars Limited Edition, which comes complete which has a Death Trooper helmet. Between This kind of, the Lego Batmobile, along with Chrysler’s jungle gym, the Chicago auto show is usually shaping up to be a great place for the kids.