New Chevrolet crossover was named in honor of the first SaburbanNovember 15, 2018
At the Guangzhou Auto Show, the brand introduced the concept car FNR-KarriyAll
Chevrolet presented the concept car FNR-CarryAll at the Guangzhou Chinese Auto Show. The crossover became the second model of the brand after the new Blazer with a design in the style of the Camaro. The name of the prototype is a combination of the Find New Roads slogan and references to the first generation Saburbana (introduced in 1935, the SUV was called the Carryall Suburban).
In essence, the FNR-CarryAll is a stretched Blazer: the length of the car is exactly five meters, the width is 2.2 meters, and the height is 1.7 meters. The wheelbase of the conceptual crossover will count 2,867 millimeters. This allowed the car to install three rows of seats with six seats.
The FNR-CarryAll features are Pearl Black bodywork, boomerang rear pillars, a panoramic sunroof, 22-inch light-alloy wheels, a carbon bonnet with ventilation slots, carbon fiber Brembo brakes and a roof made of carbon fiber.
Inside, the crossover is equipped with a 12-inch digital dashboard, a 10-inch central display, a touch screen on the second row, sports seats with leather and suede trim, contour lighting, a separate climate control unit for rear passengers.
FNR-CarryAll’s serial cousin, Blazer, was revived this summer. The model is built on the Cadillac XT5 platform and is equipped with 2.5 and 3.6 liters atmospheric engines. The power of the Quartet is 194 horsepower and 255 Nm of torque, V6 – 309 forces and 365 Nm of torque.