Sunday, November 18, 2018

Chevrolet's FNR-CarryAll Concept Previews Future SUV Design


Chevrolet is spreading the Camaro influence to other products in its portfolio. Showed off in China, the Bowtie Brand presented its latest “Find New Roads” or FNR Concept, the FNR-CarryAll.

Reinterpreting Chevrolet’s muscular styling for an SUV body, the FNR-CarryAll Concept clearly draws inspiration from the Camaro with its strong face dominated by a large grille and sinewy headlights. Aside from its sportscar-like styling, it looks like future Chevrolet SUVs will also carry a new styling design trademark: a boomerang-shaped D-pillar.

The FNR-CarryAll’s name is derived from Chevrolet’s first SUV in 1935, the Suburban Carryall. The concept SUV fully embodies the future development trend of Chevrolet SUVs, including their powerful capability, all-around comfort, and advanced connectivity technology.

Measuring in at 5,000 mm in length, 2,258 mm in width, and 1,693 mm in height, the FNR-CarryAll Concept certainly isn’t pointing to the next production Trailblazer. Instead, the buzz is strong that the FNR-CarryAll Concept is actually previewing something akin to the Traverse. However, given that a new Traverse was just released to the market last year, and how the FNR-CarryAll looks production ready, it could also be a new SUV in the making. Either way, expect the Trailblazer and even vehicles like the Trax to gain the same design language soon.

Inside, it has a 12-inch full LCD dashboard, along with a 10-inch touchscreen center console, and a second-row smart touchscreen. It also comes with premium amenities that include cantilever-type two-tone black leather sports seats with red suede accents, heating and air-conditioning controls for rear passengers, red backlit accent lighting, Camaro-inspired circular vents with satin chrome and red accents, and illuminated sill plates on the doors and trunk opening.

1 comment:

  1. Mitsu"s front design are being cppied by other car makers. It's a trendsetter by Mitsubishi designers. The gorgeous back tai ligjts design will soon too.

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