The rear end is just as pretty to look at, with its sharp creases and soft lines, and aggressive diffuser-like piece with extra lights where the exhaust tips would normally be – unless those are reflectors. Since it doesn’t try to trick anyone into thinking it’s a coupe, the roofline has a normal angle and does not eat into the headroom of those sitting at the back.
Flush-mounted door handles, five-spoke fan-like wheels, and a blue paint finish, contrasted by the black roof and pillars, with a few shiny accents here and there, round off the exterior design of the FNR-XE Concept, which probably previews something. But what could that be?
As we told you above, our two cents would be on the next-generation Chevrolet Camaro. The model is rumored to morph into an all-quiet four-door sedan. Of course, we could be wrong, as we might be looking at something else entirely. The GM-owned brand states that the FNR-XE was made primarily for China, but they did not exclude a possible launch in other markets.
So, do you think it might actually preview the next-gen Camaro, or is it a different product altogether, perhaps with front-wheel drive and affordable price tag? Work that keyboard in the comments section down below, and let us know your thoughts about it.