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.
http://www.autoblog.com - The concept debuted in Shanghai.
https://www.cnet.com - Plus: Lexus debuts a refreshed NX, and Renault envisions Formula 1 in 2027.
https://www.cnet.com - It may sound heretical, but it actually looks pretty neat.
http://insideevs.com - Chevy FNR-X Might Just Be The Coolest Concept In Shanghai It’s a crossover. And it’s a plug-in.
http://www.motorauthority.com - Chevrolet is exploring the future as well as showcasing the talents of its Asia-based design team with the FNR-X concept car.
http://www.autoguide.com - A hybrid concept that takes the idea of a crossover quite literally.
http://www.leftlanenews.com - Chevrolet has introduced the FNR-X concept at the Shanghai Auto Show. Reflecting a major trend at the event, the model takes the form of a sleek-looking crossover-coupe.
http://www.carscoops.com - Two years ago, at the last Shanghai Auto Show, Chevy revealed a rather radical concept called the FNR. Now it's returned with the FNR-X concept, but this time it's a considerably more realistic proposition.
http://www.greencarreports.com - It's a single teaser shot, obviously of a Chevy front end, with unmistakable design nods to the Camaro muscle car. But the image of the Chevrolet FNR-X concept, to be unveiled at the Shanghai auto show less than two weeks hence, may be the first clue to some new GM plug-in hybrid offerings in the future.