Withyour own, new, and timed to the upcoming release of the movie about Han Solo, so a source of inspiration for designers was his space ship “Millennium Falcon”.
Crossover Nissan X-Trail, which in the U.S. is sold under the name Rogue, supplied body panels to aluminum, printed on a 3D printer, and even a radar antenna and a laser gun on the roof. The car interior is stylized as the cabin of a spacecraft is replete with buttons and switches. There was a place for the three Bose subwoofer with a total power of 1500 watts on the back.
About the power unit, the creators didn’t say anything, but the standard crossover to the American market is available with a 172-horsepower gasoline “four” 2.5-liter hybrid setup either on the basis of the two-liter “atmosfernika” and electric motor total outstanding 178 forces.
We will remind that last year at the motor show in Los Angeles Nissan also introduced the concepts in the style of “Star wars”: the Altima and Maxima sedans, crossovers Rogue and Rogue Sport (in other countries – Qashqai).
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