Chevrolet FNR concept teased, debuting at Auto Shanghai - Report

16/04/2015 - 17:18 | ,  ,   | Shrawan Raja

Could preview future Chevrolet technologies.

Chinese auto site Sohu has reported that the Shanghai-GM joint venture will display in the Chevrolet booth, the Chevrolet FNR concept, for the first time.

Chevrolet FNR Concept front teaser image
The teaser shows the FNR having muscular shoulders and a wavefront roof with the sleek headlamps integrated into a thin fascia.

FNR stands for 'Find New Roads' which is Chevrolet's advertising slogan worldwide. The concept is an electric vehicle designed at GM's Pan Asia Technical Automotive Center (that also worked on the Chevrolet Sail and Enjoy) reportedly having features like autopilot, pupil recognition startup, gesture control, wireless charging, and a number of intelligent robotic controllers to make time spent driving relaxed.

GM presented a futuristic concept dubbed EN-V 2.0 at the 2013 Beijing Auto Show. It had advanced telematics, autonomous driving and car-to-car communication features, and was presented as a mobility solution to urban congestion and pollution. The FNR could be another GM experiment with future transportation.

Chevrolet EN-V 2.0 Rendering
The FNR could be a progression of the Chevrolet EN-V mobility concept (pictured).

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The pure electric Chevrolet Bolt and the Chinese-spec Malibu facelift would also be unveiled at the show, the site adds as a finishing note.

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