by Tom Bogert

It may not be a Landspeeder, nor a TIE Fighter and certainly not the Millennium Falcon, but Nissan is giving you the opportunity to weave your Star Wars fandom into your automotive life.

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Nissan has tweaked its Rogue SUV to create a limited edition Star Wars version of the car: Rogue One. You know, like the latest Star Wars film — “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story” — that comes out in December. Get it?

The car company debuted its Star Wars-themed Rogue SUV model on Wednesday. It should be ready for public consumption before December is upon us, according to Inverse.com.

The limited edition SUV isn’t all that much different than the regular model, but the beauty is in the subtleties: insignia on the doors as well as the floor mats, plus other Star Wars symbols that aren’t ostentatious.

As for how much it’ll cost? Within the realm of possibility for new car buyers at a “suggested” $28,950. To compare, a regular, non-Star Wars Rogue starts at $23,820.

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The Rogue One will certainty sell out quickly, as there’ll only be 5,400 models available. It’s (slightly) divided in that 400 of those cars will go to Canada, leaving American consumers to race to get one of the remaining 5,000.

Jeremy Meadows, senior manager of marketing strategy for Nissan, spoke with Inverse after the car was unveiled and focused on its scarcity.

“It was a joint discussion between Lucasfilm and ourselves, but the main point is when you name something limited edition, it needs to be limited in production, that’s how it becomes a little extra special,” said Meadows.

The Rogue One is available in Magnetic Black or Glacier White and will be available at any of Nissan’s 1,100 retail stores across America.

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