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.