2017 Nissan Rogue | ROGUE ONE: A STAR WARS STORY | Battle-Tested

At a remote test facility, the new Nissan Rogue gets battle-tested with the ultimate challenge: a simulated battlefield from ROGUE ONE: A STAR WARS STORY. Using the Nissan Rogue’s Intelligent All-Wheel Drive and Safety Shield Technologies, our Nissan engineer test driver takes on stormtroopers, TIE fighters, AT-ACTs and anything the galaxy throws the Rogue’s way.

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  1. Great. Complemented Nissan USA prior with their collaboration with
    Lucasfilm. Love my Nissan when I drove it to Star Wars Celebration from the
    Netherlands throught the Euro tunnel to London this summer!

  2. So let me get this straight, If I buy this car, I can turn on a simulator
    and ride around with storm troopers, tie fighters and a robot?

  3. en ese caso el automovil seria una cosa tan anticuada ya que el motor de
    combustion interna es la peor tecnologia que a existido

  4. Wow, I am really jealous at the American Nissan Rogue owner who is gonna
    get a limited edition 1 on 1 scale Death Trooper helmet when purchasing the
    vehicle. Nonetheless I am very satisfied with my recently bought “Qashqai”

  5. I have a theory on that commercial: what if this takes place in the MCU
    (due to the fact that they have Stark-like tech and aesthetic) and they use
    Star Wars holograms as props for their experiment? Here, Marvel-Star Wars
    possible crossover solved!

  6. This Nissan Rogue Star Wars commercial is super epic because Star Wars:
    Rogue One will be this year’s #1 sci-fi blockbuster movie of all time from
    20th Century-Fox and Lucasfilm Ltd.

  7. “Professional Driver on a closed course” is a woman that bullshitted her
    way into the stunt industry without having to put in the amount of work to
    get in like the men do especially in regards to actual training. One
    driving program got her in while guys with racing school backgrounds have
    to get more experience before being considered for a job with the major
    auto manufacturers.


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