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Chevrolet has recently introduced the Chevrolet FNR Carry All concept at this year’s Guangzhou International Automobile in China, and it definitely did not disappoint. The FNR Carry All concept was derived from Chevrolet’s very first SUV back in 1935. Sharing the same name with the Suburban Carryall, the FNR exhibits both the expressive and contemporary elements unique to Chevrolet like its muscular and intimidating styling.
Taking its cue to today’s generation Camaro, the FNR (Find New Roads) Carry All boasts a dynamic yet commemorative design. At 5,000mm in length, 2,258mm in width, and 1,693 in height, this independent six-seater is beautifully made inside and out. The outside looks boast a panoramic sunroof with a parametric pattern, carbon fiber roof, 22-inch aluminum alloy wheels, carbon ceramic rotors, carbon-fiber roof, red Brembo brake calipers and the sporty RS badge.
Chevrolet has recently introduced the FNR Carry All concept at this year’s Guangzhou International Automobile in China
Inside, the internal features include a 12-inch full LCD dashboard with a 10-inch touchscreen information suite, and a heating and air-conditioning control for rear passengers, red backlit accent lighting and the Camaro-inspired circular vents with satin chrome and red accents; this car is nothing less than impressive.
The Chevrolet FNR Carry All concept though looks rather familiar to the upcoming Chevrolet Blazer. Parked side by side, the similarities are striking like the front fascia, body lines, and the cars’ upward sweeping rear pillar. With this, it won’t be surprising at all if the FNR Carry All becomes the export model of the Blazer.
FNR exhibits both the expressive and contemporary elements unique to Chevrolet like its muscular and intimidating styling
According to the latest car news, Chevrolet has not disclosed any official announcement yet about the Chevrolet FNR Carry All concept’s powertrain. Being almost identical to the Blazer we can expect similar if not the same powertrain. The Blazer is powered by either a 2.5 liter four cylinder engine which outputs 308 PS or a 3.6 liter V6 that outputs 365 Nm.
Chevrolet definitely has its consumers anticipating the full details of the car. This builds the excitement making it indeed something to look forward to.