The automotive concept allows for considerable interpretation. Some concepts are only a short time away from production and some are much more. The Chevrolet FNR Concept is definitely the latter—it’s an imaginative hypothesis of what future vehicles could be. Making its grand introduction at Auto Shanghai, the FNR was also designed to commemorate Chevrolet’s ten year anniversary in China. The self-driving or autonomous FNR features “dragon-fly” doors, 180-degree swiveling front seats, and iris recognition for the driver. Turning each wheel is a magnetic and hubless electric motor, but don’t worry about plugging it in as wireless charging is standard. Take a look.