Porsche has partnered with Lucasfilm to build an otherworldly Star Wars spaceship promoting the release of The Rise of Skywalker. Referred to as the Tri-Wing S-91X Pegasus, the spacecraft draws inspiration from various Porsche automobiles, including the Taycan and 911.

The exterior of the spaceship features lighting that points to the quad daytime running lights of the Taycan, while the rear grille of the 911 has also been used as a design reference. Inside, you will find two passenger bucket seats positioned behind the pilot's cockpit. According to Porsche's Chief Designer Michael Mauer, the cabin and its overall shape is designed to mimic the 911, while the low seating is reminiscent of the 918 Spyder.

Porsche first teased its new collaboration with Lucasfilm back in October. A five-foot model of the Tri-Wing S-91X Pegasus spacecraft will in turn be on display at The Rise of Skywalker premiere in Los Angeles. The film releases December 20.

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