Chevrolet is reusing the FNR nameplate in Shanghai with the FNR-X Concept. This concept is sort of a follow up to the original FNR Concept the brand revealed two years ago, only this one is a crossover (of course).
While this FNR looks more production-ready than the first one, it is still just a concept. It is likely just displaying the design abilities of GM’s design center in China, who penned the concept, and perhaps foreshadowing some design cues on future Chevy models.
The FNR-X is also showcasing some new technology. Powered by an undisclosed plug-in hybrid, the vehicle also has two drive modes, V and S. In V (for Versatility), the suspension raises for additional ground clearance and the self-driving function can operate off-road based on its own predictions of road conditions.
S mode lowers the suspension and some of the body elements adjust for greater aerodynamics.