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Chevrolet FNR Concept

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Apr 21, 2015

Category: Rides

While we do like seeing the more realistic concept cars at the major auto shows (you know, the ones that might actually make it to production), there’s a lot to be said about the ones that just look downright awesome. That’s exactly what we have with Chevrolet’s FNR Concept.

Looking like something straight out of Tron, it’s doubtful that this thing will ever see the light of day, but that doesn’t mean it can’t have it’s day of internet fame. The futuristic vehicle was developed in Shanghai by GM’s Pan Asian Technical Automotive Center, and comes complete with everything from crystal laser headlights and taillights to the dragonfly swing doors, magnetic hub-less wheels, and built-in wireless charging system. Seeing that the car uses sensors and roof-mounted radar technology to drive itself, it should come as no surprise that the front seats can rotate a full 180 degrees, freeing you up to enjoy some social activities with your fellow passengers.

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