Back in 2015, Chevrolet unveiled the radical FNR concept at the Shanghai Motor Show, an autonomous concept that had some “out of this world” styling. This year, the American carmaker is introducing a new concept called the FNR-X, which is said to be the successor to FNR, and likely previews a future production model.

The single teaser image shows us a more reserved face, no longer featuring laser headlights and an abundance of glass. Instead, the concept sports Chevrolet’s latest family face, as seen on the Cruze, paired with LED headlights and aggressive-looking intakes. In typical concept car fashion, the side mirrors have been replaced with cameras instead.

A report by CarNewsChina indicates the FNR-X will preview a plug-in hybrid SUV with four-wheel drive that will be manufactured in China by the Shanghai-GM joint venture, positioned between the Captiva and Equinox in Chevrolet’s local line-up.

Expect the concept to also boast some form of autonomous driving functions, with a series of electric motors serving to provide propulsion. More information about the latest “Find New Roads” concept will be revealed during the upcoming Shanghai Motor Show.

GALLERY: Chevrolet FNR concept