Nissan division, Datsun has unveiled the GO hatchback internationally, as part of the product’s revivification.
The vehicle will be officially introduced by the coming year with a cost label of below Rs four lakh at the Indian Automobile Expo.
Got a name after the firm’s initial model, the Datsun Go, the small vehicle will challenge the other popular vehicles such as Tata Nano, Hyundai Eon, Maruti Suzuki Alto K10, and the most popular Chevrolet Beat and the recently rolled out sib, the Nissan Micra Active.
The vehicle will be locally made in Oragadam based facility and will also be available in the Indonesian, Russian as well as South African markets by next year.
Datsun stated that the latest model will be independently made for diverse zones while following the similar design idea.
The Go is a 5-door vehicle, which gets power through 1.2-litre petrol mill from the Micra, which fabricates 76PS as well as 104Nm of torque. Power gets transported to the front wheels through a 5 speed manual gear case.
We are not surprised with the announcement by Datsun, as this model will slot below the Micra Active that has a tag price of Rs 3.5 lakh. While the actual pricing will be available only close to launch date, check out the below video for more details of exterior and interiors.