Chevrolet has something planned for the 2017 Shanghai Auto Show, according to CarScoops, later this month and here’s our first look at the vehicle.
Called the Chevrolet FNR-X concept, the name takes inspiration from Chevrolet’s earlier concept vehicle, simply titled FNR, which is pictured below. “FNR” stands for “Find New Roads”, Chevrolet’s current brand motif.
The FNR-X concept looks like a far cry from the original FNR’s seriously futuristic looks. The front fascia shown here mimics a production vehicle look, and kind of reminds us of a Camaro if we’re honest. We can see daytime running lights, a wide front grille and sleek design lines all reminiscent of the sixth-generation Camaro.
Chinese media reports the FNR-X concept will showcase the brand’s latest autonomous driving technology, but we’ll have to wait and see what this concept holds. We’ll also be seeing the 2018 Buick Regal bow for the Chinese market at the show, though, it’s expected to stick with a four-door sedan layout, unlike North America’s four-door liftback.