Datsun’s much-awaited crossover model go ‘Cross’ is all set to be launched in India this month. According to the report, Datsun will be launching the go ‘Cross’ on January 18. The Japanese carmaker had showcased the concept model of Datsun Go Cross at the 2014 Auto Show in India. The report further reveals that the final model of the go ‘Cross’ will be almost similar to the concept model that was showcased a couple of years ago.
World premiere of Datsun’s go ‘Cross’
Automaker Nissan Motor has declared that it will be showcasing the Datsun go ‘Cross’ later this month. The automaker stated that the international premiere of Datsun Go Cross will be held in Jakarta on January 18. The company will showcase the production model of the crossover on January 18, 2018.
The concept model of the car that was showcased at the 2014 Expo in India was named ‘go cross’. The carmaker is all set to unveil the car in the international and domestic market but with a changed name. While the concept model was named ‘go cross’ the final model has been named ‘Cross’.
Datsun crossover model go ‘Cross’ to be launched in India
After the global premiere of Automaker Nissan Motor’s upcoming crossover model ‘Cross’ the car model will be showcased at the upcoming 2018 Auto Expo in Delhi, India. As per the report, the auto event is slated to start from February 7.
The first two days have been reserved for the officials and exhibitors whereas the general public will be able to visit the largest auto fair in the country from February 9. The upcoming brand new crossover ‘Croass’ from Datsun will be an iconic offering from the automaker. The new car will come loaded with new design and alluring features that are aimed at new customers’ lifestyle.
Features and specifications of Datsun crossover ‘Cross’
The crossover Datsun ‘Cross’ will get a similar Datsun Go series engine which may be tuned to produce more power. Front facet of the car is likely to get new aggressive headlamps that may come coupled with Projector beam and LED DRLs (daytime running lights). The Datsun crossover will also get bigger Fog lamps than its siblings. Lower body cladding and more ground clearance than the existing Datsun go product lineup will add more muscle to the Datsun ‘Cross’.
Datsun ‘Cross’, the new offering from the carmaker is expected to compete with the recently launched Maruti Suzuki Celerio-X and Mahindra KUV 100 in the Indian market.
Source: Times of India