This Rogue goes to hyperdrive.
For Nissan's next Star Wars-themed vehicle, they've looked to the Millennium Falcon for inspiration in celebration of Solo: A Star Wars Story.
With a Nissan Rogue as a basis, custom aluminum body panels with details to mimic the Han Solo's Millennium Falcon.
The Rogue also receives 3D-printed inserts for additional exterior detail.
Like the spacecraft, the Rogue features a radar dish mounted on the roof.
Out back, there are three Bose speakers mounted on the tailgate glass area.
To return fire at enemies, the Rogue is also equipped with a laser cannon.
The Rogue's interior is also done up to resemble the cockpit of the Millennium Falcon.
Buttons, lights and sound effects modeled after the equipment found in the Millennium Falcon can be found inside of the Nissan Rogue show car.
A set of hyperdrive controls are located at the center of the Rogue's interior.
At the back of the car, the hyperdrive system is illuminated in blue.
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