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Chevrolet reveals its new fictional Concept car,”FNR”

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During its participation at the Shanghai International Auto Show, Chevrolet Company unveiled its bizarre self-driving car  “FNR” Concept, which reminds us of vehicles in science fiction movies.


This Electric Vehicle was designed at GM’s Asia developed Center and featured with self-driven property, wireless charging system, front and rear lights with laser crystal technology in addition to doors that open in unfamiliar way.


Chevrolet FNR derives its power from electric engines connected to the wheels as it is equipped with a radar on the roof works on scanning its perimeter to activate sophisticated self-driving technology. Besides, the driver can manually drive the car through gestures.



Citroen disclosed officially its new car “Aircross concept”

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After many exciting and dazzling pictures, Citroen Company has unveiled officially its new car “Aircross concept”.


Aircross concept is featured with its distinctive exterior design especially the furious front side ,it has been also provided with doors to be opened in opposite way,  a nice side mirrors frame, large perforated side edges beside to rear lights stretching on the sides ,a rear bumper similar to the design of the side edges and a front bumper.


As for the futuristic and astonishing interior cabin, it is equipped with 2 stunning display large screens measuring 12 inches located in the dashboard in addition to comfortable seats provided with speakers and a microphone to ease communication between the passengers!


Additionally, the rebellious Aircross is equipped with a plug-in hybrid system connected to a 1.6 liter and V4 diesel engine generating 218hp linked also to a rear electric engine of 95 hp.

Due to the lithium-ion battery, Citroen Aircross can go for 50 km on electric power only and takes about 3h30min to be fully recharged.


With a total power of 313 horsepower, Aircross needs 4.5 seconds to reach 100 km/h,as for fuel consumption, it consumes about 1.7 liters per 100 kilometers.


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