New Delhi: The Chevrolet FNR-X concept vehicle made its world premiere at Auto Shanghai 2017.
The company claims that the FNR-X gets adaptive suspension that helps the car to adjust the ground clearance on demand.Inside the concept the SUV features ambient lighting changes colors to match driving modes.
Split-folding second-row seats maximize cargo capacity.The FNR-X supports connected mobility for individual users.
It incorporates an Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) dynamic display system information system.Chevrolet FNR-X also gets augmented reality head-up display offers a clear 270-degree posterior-lateral view to maximize safety and enhance overall driving experience.
Seats ride on multipurpose rails and have fixed components to individualize storage space.
as declared in Two years ago at Auto Shanghai, Chevrolet revealed the wild Find New Roads, or FNR, concept car .
This week, the automaker is following that up with the new FNR-X concept, a vehicle intended to be everything to everybody.
This new concept is substantially toned down from the original FNR, though the “all-purpose sports concept vehicle” is still far from production ready.Despite the nebulous categorization, the FNR-X is a crossover through and through.
Like the front, the rear does pull some elements from the current Camaro.The interior is typical of a concept.
Chevy says it’s a plug-in electric vehicle , though whether or not it has a functioning powertrain is left vague.
2017 Auto Shanghai: Chevrolet FNR-X concept
as declared in While in 2015, the Auto Shanghai Find New Roads (FNR) concept was an UFO in disguise, the FNR-X for the 2017 edition of the Chinese show has seen the General Motors’ Pan Asia Technical Automotive Center (PATAC) joint venture team produce something more recognizable.
The Chevy FNR-X also comes with an active suspension that can intelligently adapt the vehicle’s ground clearance according to the traveled road surface.
There are also V (Versatility) and S (Sport) driving modes, as well as active aerodynamics to increase efficiency and performance.
While the FNR-X is obviously a crossover, the bowtie company says we’re dealing with an “all-purpose sports concept vehicle” and we’re cutting them some slack because the result is both interesting and bold.
It’s even more, since the interior boasts lots of high tech features and the powertrain something the Chinese market likes – a plug-in hybrid.
collected by :Sandra Alex