2016 Chery FV2030
Beijing has been host to a number of pretty cool cars this week, but one of the most interesting has to be Chery’s Future Vision 2030 concept car. The thing looks like a wingless spaceship with some very funky wheels and a spacious, open interior. The car has more of a coupe body style but sits considerably higher than most cars. Furthermore, it has large gullwing doors and some other intense styling cues that really stick out.
According to Chery’s press release for the FV2030, the car bear’s the “Fun” brand essence and Chery’s new design idea: “Life in Motion.” Basically, the brand is referring to the development of nature and human beings, while attempting to represent the lifestyle of “youngsters” in the future. We (obviously) can’t say if it accurately reflects the lifestyle of the younger population 14 years from now, but as a whole, the concept is pretty damn cool. It even has a “fantasy” holographic screen that can project 3D images into the cabin of the vehicle. That appeals to me, and I certainly won’t be a youngster in 2030 – just sayin’.
Anyway, with that said, let’s take a look at one of the most interesting concepts that we’ve seen in a while. It’s always fun to look at a brand’s take on the future of transportation.
Continue reading to learn more about the Chery FV2030.
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