Would you drive them? Themed cars steal the spotlight at LA Auto Show

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LOS ANGELES, CA (WGNO) — The 2017 Los Angeles Auto Show is underway and two wild, themed vehicles are stealing the spotlight on the showroom floor!

Nissan introduced a car designed for fans of the ‘Star Wars’ film franchise, called the Nissan Rogue One.

Only 5,000 of the special edition SUVs are being made and they only come in black or white.

Each one is numbered, with special Rogue One emblems.

They include Rebel Alliance and Galactic Empire logo cup holders, along with a limited edition Death Trooper helmet.

Meanwhile, Lexus introduced a spicy creation of its own, the new Sriracha IS!

It’s inspired, of course, by the beloved Sriracha hot sauce.

Inside the vehicle, temperature settings go from cool to Sriracha, the steering wheel’s been injected with the stuff and it even has an emergency “Chili Button” that dispenses Sriracha from a nozzle!

If that’s not enough, the trunk is stocked with 43 bottles of it.

However, if you love the spicy sauce, don’t expect to be parking the car version in your driveway anytime soon, because they won’t be mass produced.

Lexus partnered with Huy Fong Foods and West Coast Customs to create this one-of-a-kind ride.