'Star Wars' TIE Fighter Seen in the L.A. Auto Show was Brought by Nissan for the Launch of Its New Car

Nov 19, 2016 05:39 AM EST | M. Ibanez

The latest car addition to the Nissan is  2017 Nissan Rogue: Rogue One Star Wars Limited Edition. "Star Wars" Fans would go crazy seeing a car which badges in its flank was actually designed by Lucasfilm. Nissan was very happy when its latest addition to its brand was the same with Star Wars newest movie, "Rogue One: Star Wars Story." Nissan took the advantage of linking its car to one of the greatest franchise movies of all time.

A massively glorious "Star Wars" TIE Fighter was seen at the Los Angeles Auto Show, scattered with it are life-sized replica costume coming from "Rogue One" borrowed from Lucasfilm. This includes two Shoretroopers, two Rebel Alliance Spec Force Variants , smaller-scale  X-wing, Y-wing, TIE striker, AT-ACT, and the full-size replica of the Death Trooper Helmets. Each of these Helmets is included upon a purchase of the 2017 Nissan Rogue, which in any sense is the best part of the package, according to Topamazingcar.

The massive Star Wars TIE fighter that stood out in the Nissan booth during the auto show was built by a rogue group of "Star Wars" fanatics. This model was roughly a half-scale sized from the TIE fighter. The German fanatics did an amazing job that caught the attention of Lucasfilm, which is now owned by Disney as a caretaker, where they use this model as a prop in every event they have. The "Star War" TIE fighter was disassembled in the UK and flown to L.A. with two of its creator to reassemble it, it is a 3000-pound model, according to CarandDriver

The new 2017 Nissan Rogue would really captivate "Star Wars" fans' senses that would move them to own this limited edition car. Who would not love to have an Inter-Galactic car and drive it to the far ends of the world? 

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