When TIE Fighters Are Imagined By Car Designers

When TIE Fighters Are Imagined By Car Designers

Jason Battersby is a designer at Audi, but in his spare time he dabbles in concept art as well. So enjoy this TIE Fighter design, and think of it as a collaboration between the Galactic Empire and a German car manufacturer.

He calls it the Tie-X, and has even given it a little backstory:

Out of the shadows comes the Tie-X, Vader’s secret advanced Tie-Fighter project. Only a handful escaped the Death Star before it’s untimely demise. These advanced Tie-Fighters were built to be the most agile in the Empire, carrying out secret missions for Vader across the galaxy.

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