As though straight out of a sci-fi flick, the Chevrolet FNR concept car is sleek, futuristic and full of intriguing features. Yet at its core, the Chevrolet FNR imagines what an autonomous, electric vehicle would look like. Unveiled at the Shanghai Motor Show, it was created by GM's Pan Asia Technical Automotive Center to appeal to young, Chinese consumers.
In addition to charging wirelessly, it boasts crystal lasers to generate the headlights and taillights, a radar in the roof to scan the surroundings for autonomous driving as well as iris recognition in place of a more traditional key lock. With an impressive interior design fit for the 'TRON' series, the front seats also swivel around to allow those in shot gun to more easily talk with rear passengers
The Chevrolet FNR Concept Appeals to Young Chinese Consumers
Meghan Young — April 20, 2015 — Autos