https://www.auto123.com - Chevrolet’s new FNR-Carryall concept serves to preview the brand’s design signature for its future SUV models. The prototype’s name Carryall was once used for the Suburban, but the contours shown here are closer to the upcoming new Chevrolet Traverse.
https://www.motorauthority.com - Chevrolet will use this week's 2018 Guangzhou auto show in China to present the FNR-Carryall concept.
http://www.thedrive.com - Earlier this October, General Motors filed for two trademarks on the name "Chevrolet FNR" with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), The Drive has discovered. GM filed for both "FNR" and "Chevrolet FNR" on Oct. 8, each listed as pertaining to "motor land vehicles, namely, automobiles, sport utility vehicles, trucks, vans, engines therefor and structural parts thereof."
https://insideevs.com - The last two FNR concepts have been future-looking concepts showing off cutting-edge technology. A new one would surely be electric.
http://www.carscoops.com - General Motors CEO Mary Barra participated in the Barclays 2017 Global Automotive Conference in New York earlier today and she used her presentation to reveal a new Chevrolet Bolt-based crossover. Drawing inspiration from the Chevrolet FNR-X concept that debuted at the Shanghai Auto Show earlier this year, the crossover has an aggressive front fascia with slender headlights that feature boomerang-shaped LED daytime running lights.
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.