Chevrolet FNR-X 2017 Concept for Near Future

Chevrolet plans to Find New Roads with the help of the concept, whose name means precisely this quest! It is Chevrolet FNR-X concept, which debuted at the Shanghai Motor Show. This model is not far away from mass production. However, official data on debut serial products, yet not in public.

Chevrolet FNR-X Concept is the sports car for all purposes. This is a plug-in hybrid, respectively crossover model with a drive to all four wheels. FNR-X is just an acronym for Find New Roads. X comes as a label intended crossover models. While there, these and several similar models on the market, almost every new model finds enough buyers. In the case of Chevrolet FNR-X concept, it is still uncertain whether the company plans to offer the model only in Chinese or at the some another market.

Chevrolet FNR-X Concept

Chevrolet FNR-X Design

We should not ignore the fact that Chevrolet two years ago introduced the concept called FNR. The first concept had the look of a sports car. The new concept is a crossover SUV model. The preparation and design of both vehicles participated Pan Asia Technical Automotive Center in Shanghai.

Although in the body of SUV, engineers have combined their versatility with the performance of athletes. Powerful powertrain makes plug-in hybrid system in combination with an electric motor. There are two modes V (Versatility) and S (Sport). The vehicle has a variety of systems, including the semi-autonomous driving.

new Chevrolet concept FNR-X

The interior of the concept is done in the style of sports. Although there is ambient lighting in the interior, the steering wheel and dashboard have integrated a sporty design. Infotainment and entertainment systems include OLED screens. Most systems is controlled via voice commands.

Concept is another in a series, shown with rear-opening suicide-style doors. In the production car it is unlikely to occur, but with every concept, cause a lot of attention. More about this extremely interesting vehicle can expect when Chevrolet confirm his entry into production.

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