The aggressive design aims to capture younger consumers and is outfitted with in-ground charging plate for wireless charging

We don’t know exactly how autonomous cars will change the world, but the Chevy FNR Concept hints it’ll look a lot like Tron. Debuting at the 2015 Shanghai Auto Show, this electric self-driving car concept was developed in China by GM’s Pan Asia Technical Automotive Center.

The rakish exterior design incorporates lighting in surfaces changes between the body panels and molded glass. Accessing the passenger capsule is done through dragonfly wing-like dual swing doors.

The interior is devoid of traditional vehicle controls. Instead, touch display panels wrap around the interior. Manual driving is accomplished through a gesture recognition system. Occupants sit on tensile frame seats which can be configured all forward facing or oriented in a group conversation position.

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