Nissan Rogue New Ad Is A Star Wars Story

Posted: Oct 29 2016, 3:06am CDT | by , in News | Latest Science News

 

Nissan Rogue New Ad is A Star Wars Story
  • New Nissan Rogue Commercial Supports Upcoming “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story”
 

Nissan Rogue is the Car for all the galaxies out there

Nissan has partnered up with Lucasfilm which has released the commercial of upcoming Star Wars movie Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. The commercial of the movie shows a Rogue crossover going through all the hurdles to achieve its goal destination. 

The 30 second commercial is something that will give you a total insight in the story of movie and its environment. The commercial features the horde of imperial Stormtroopers, AT-ST, the new AT-ACT walkers and a lot of chaos. One can see the TIE Fighters and X-Wings battel overhead as well.

The Nissan Rogue is shown by-passing the green and red laser of all the weapons by going literally rogue on a dirt track. At the end the Rogue One’s own brand new droid K-2SO triggers the Nissan Pedestrian detection system which leads the crossover to stop abruptly saving anything from damage. This shows that that car’s detection system is pretty active and have the tendency to act really fast even in extreme conditions. 

This advertisement is of 30 seconds. A longer version which will be of 60 seconds will be shown in theaters when the movie Rogue One: A Star Wars Story’s trailers will be screened in cinema theaters. You might see both versions from October 31st on respective mediums too. There is a lot to expect from Lucasfilm and Nissan to showcase before the debut of vehicle or the movie. 

The promotional campaign of the car and movie has other things to offer to the customers too. The customers will be given a limited edition collectible helmet on the purchase of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story 2017 limited edition vehicle. 

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