Chevrolet-FNR Welcomes You To The Futuristic World Of Cars

Posted: Apr 21 2015, 6:07am CDT | by , in Technology News


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Chevrolet-FNR welcomes you to the futuristic world of cars
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with its crystal laser lights and "dragonfly" swinging doors, the car is right out of a Sci-Fi movie

This time GM has for sure taken the lead in the industry and nothing could even stand against it and compete with its futuristic look. If you thought that the Mercedes' F 015 was crazy then wait till you have a look at this one and be ready to have your eyes pop out. GM's autonomous electric concept, the Chevrolet-FNR, is right out of a 3D Sci-Fi movie and does a pretty good job of confusing people who debate whether it is part of reality or just a 3D model. After all, this is, in the literal sense, too good to be true.

GM has done it absolutely right with its pod-like design which could fit so perfectly in any episode of Star Wars and wouldn’t look out of place. Though the design itself is a killer, the additional features make it a magical vehicle worth dying for. The latest FNR is complete with crystal laser lights, "dragonfly" swinging doors and sensors which have been secretly placed and don’t appear too prominent like they do on all other robotic vehicles. In addition to this, the car even has its own radar.

Wait till you get to the interior of the car which does a pretty great job of taking your heart away. We are talking about touting magnetic hub-less wheel electric motors, wireless charging, swiveling front seats and eye recognition in case the owner doesn’t want anyone getting near to the car (which we are pretty sure everybody would).

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