http://www.autonews.com - Chevrolet's Chinese FNR-X crossover shows off new elements that will appear in production vehicles.
http://gas2.org - General Motors is justly proud of its Pan Asia Technical Automotive Center, which designed and developed the FNR-X PHEV SUV concept that debuted at the Shanghai Auto Show this week. The world is cuckoo for SUVs. A plug-in hybrid model should be just what the doctor ordered for those looking to jump into the electric car revolution but only at the shallow end of the pool.
http://insideevs.com - One of the best new plug-in car debuts from the Auto Shanghai show this year was the Chevrolet FNR-X Concept (see initial impressions), build from the minds at GM’s in-house Pan Asia Technical Automotive Center (or PATAC). What we know, it that it’s plug-in hybrid, but on the technical side of.
http://newatlas.com - GM SUVs aren't generally the best place to look to see playful design, but that's what's on display on the new FNR-X. The SUV concept carries a plug-in powertrain and some high-tech features inside a strong, sturdy build sliced and diced with some puzzling design cues.
http://blog.caranddriver.com - Two years ago at the Shanghai auto show, Chevrolet wowed the crowd with its futuretastic FNR (“Find New Roads”) concept car that was bad-ass in every way (except for being fully autonomous). That vehicle was said to provide “a glimpse into the mobility of the future.
http://www.thedetroitbureau.com - Chevrolet is taking its current tagline, “Find New Roads” to new extremes – at least in China – with the second in a series of concept vehicles debuting this week at the Shanghai Motor Show.
https://www.cnet.com - It's a plug-in hybrid. It's a crossover.
http://www.greencarreports.com - After being teased last week, the Chevrolet FNR-X Concept crossover made its debut yesterday at the Shanghai auto show. The new shape, which sports a plug-in hybrid powertrain, is intended to showcase the design talents of Chevy's Pan Asia Technical Automotive Center in Shanghai It's the second concept to be named FNR—for "Find New Roads,".
http://www.goauto.com.au - Chevrolet finds a new road with X-rated FNR plug-in hybrid crossover concept.
http://www.trucktrend.com - The Volt plug-in has been on sale for close to seven years now and has a proven track record of reliable performance and a dedicated base of fans. The one gripe among owners is the lack of cargo and passenger space, something that could be addressed by a more utilitarian body like that of a crossover or minivan. The idea of a more practical vehicle on GM’s “Voltec” platform is not exactly new, with the Volt MPV5 concept shown at the Beijing Auto Show in 2010. A production version of that model never materialized. However, the chances for a production version of the FNR-X are much better.