Datsun’s first crossover will come loaded with features, according to the company.

The Go Cross was showcased at the last Auto Expo in its concept form. What will be important for Datsun to get right will be the car’s price-tag. The company is looking at making the car much more desirable, both inside and out.

Around 80 percent of the top-of-the-line Kwids have the touchscreen, prompting Datsun to look at delivering a similar interface on the Go Cross.

Thanks to its affordable platform, just like the Go and Go+, the Go Cross will be priced extremely competitively. The company is targeting a sub-Brezza price, which translates to approximately Rs 6.5 lakh.

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