Though decidedly a concept, it is far closer to being a production-ready vehicle than GM’s last Shanghai concept, the futuristic Chevrolet-FNR (Find New Roads) concept vehicle, which was shown in 2015.
GM calls its latest creation, the Chevrolet FNR-X Concept that made its world premiere at the 2017 Shanghai auto show, an “all-purpose sports concept vehicle.” Behind the fancy descriptor is a plug-in hybrid crossover bearing styling with plenty of attitude.
Chevrolet says that the plug-in hybrid EV can switch between its engine and electric motor (no details were provided on either).
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While it is only in its concept stage, we think Chevrolet is on the right track with the FNR-X and hope to see a production model inspired by the concept in the U.S. soon.
Chevrolet FNR-X Concept Debuts in Shanghai, Looks Production-Intent
And this Chevrolet concept, called FNR-X, looks like it wants to come out and play with the Audi Q3.It’s not an Opel, and it’s not based on something they make in America.
But it is the second concept to wear the FNR name, after the futuristic statement they made two years ago.
This year’s edition of the Shanghai Auto Show has left us feeling like we’re not important.
Stunning concepts have been coming out left and right, but most are aimed squarely at the Chinese consumer.
Some features will have to be removed if the FNR-X is ever to reach production, such as getting rid of the coach rear doors.
according to Chevrolet has pulled back the veil and revealed its latest concept vehicle, which made its debut at the 2017 Shanghai Auto Show: the FNR-X concept.
“FNR” stands for “Find New Roads.” However, this FNR-X concept looks decidedly more production ready than the seriously futuristic FNR concept.
2017 Chevrolet FNR-X Concept Pictures
If the name sounds familiar, that’s because Chevrolet previously used the “FNR” name in a previous concept vehicle for China.
The FNR-X concept is a plug-in hybrid, pairing an electric motor to its traditional engine.
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