See what a Porsche spaceship looks like for Star Wars

The release of the new movie of the Star Wars cinematic universe is no longer about the film itself, but about theories, fans' expectations and a huge amount of advertising, and not only from Disney. All companies are starting to show something with the Star Wars prefix.

The ninth episode of Star Wars: Skywalker will premiere in Russia on December 19. Sunrise". There are already plenty of advertising campaigns: here you have the exclusive Coca-Cola with a luminous laser sword on the bottle, Troika cards, dinner sets and even Samsung Galaxy Note10 +, a video about which is on our channel:

Porsche decided not to stand aside and introduced a spaceship for Star Wars. Meet: Porsche Tri-Wing S-91 x Pegasus, developed jointly with Lucasfilm.

The prototypes for creating a new spaceship were the Porsche 911 and the new Porsche Taycan electric car. But when designing the cockpit relied on the Porsche 918 Spyder.

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Unfortunately, the ship will not appear in either the ninth or other Star Wars films. Anyway, in any film universe material, be it comics, books, or animated animated series. The model will remain in a single copy, and will show it at the premiere of Star Wars: Skywalker. Sunrise ”in Los Angeles.

What can I get for the film spoiler?

This action was launched by the German Burger King: if you are not afraid of a spoiler for the new film, get a free lunch.

We wanted to find out how much people love woopers and whether they are ready to sacrifice their love for the most ethical science fiction film for them.

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Klaus Schmeing

Head of Marketing at Burger King Germany

To receive a free meal, the client must read its name. That's just all the names replaced with spoilers. Do you think that's all? Spoilers could be inside a food box or on a drink can:

How do you like the Porsche Tri-Wing S-91 x Pegasus? And what do you think of the Burger King ad campaign, would you agree to that?


Chief editor of the blogErika J. Wells .

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