Nissan X-Wing Rogue is the crossover SUV the galaxy needs right now

Nissan has a Star Wars-themed version of its Rogue SUV that capitalizes on its name’s relation to Star Wars, and Rogue One in particular.

The X-wing-inspired 2017 Nissan Rogue has thrusters, blasters, side mirror Rebel logo projectors and an astromech droid. The custom vehicle is not for sale.

The full-size modified vehicle adds exterior ‘engines’ and a custom paint job to create a Rogue that looks like something out of my fever dreams (I own a Rogue and I love Star Wars).

Based on the extensively redesigned 2017 Nissan Rogue compact SUV, just 5,400 copies of the Nissan Rogue: Rogue One Star Wars Limited Edition will be produced – 5,000 for customers in the United States and 400 for Canada. In addition to the wide range of custom features and equipment, each vehicle also comes with an exclusive numbered, full-size replica collectible Death Trooper helmet.

Here’s what I love about this: They cared enough to add fake weathering and scoring to the paint job, which results in something approximating the “lived in” nature of the Star Wars universe. Also, the R2 unit poking out the top, which I will do my utmost best to recreate at home using the tools available to me.

The X-Wing Rogue debuted at the Chicago Auto Show this week, along with two limited edition Star Wars variants of the Rogue, which basically include special decals, badging and a full-size Death Trooper helmet for collectors, or for protecting your dome as you storm planets I suppose.

The X-wing-inspired 2017 Nissan Rogue has thrusters, blasters, side mirror Rebel logo projectors and an astromech droid. The custom vehicle is not for sale.

The X-Wing version is not a real trim option. sadly, but if it was that would be my next vehicle.

 

   
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