Datsun redi-Go, a new utility cheap for emerging markets

Datsun Redi-Gonext Thursday, April 14, Datsun, the brand’s low-cost model for emerging markets, will present a brand new utilitarian model. This is the Datsun redi-Go, a small compact segment is designed for emerging markets like India that will be based on the same modular platform CMF-A Renault-Nissan, which has served as a starting point for other models such as the Renault Kwid. It would be so, the second model of the group in using this platform.

A teaser is in charge of anticipating the silhouette of the new Datsun redi-Go. We see a few white lines on a black background, trace the silhouette of a utility that is very similar to the prototype of the Datsun redi-Go in the year 2014, the brand introduced in the Lounge of New Delhi. The little redi-Go will stand out because you look a look with a touch of off-road more modern, elaborate and eye-catching than its rivals, models that stand out for being quite austere in design.

Datsun redi-Go

Prototype of the Datsun redi-Go presented in 2014

For the moment, unknown details on the Datsun redi-Go, but it is easy to assume that the mechanical aspect will be a carbon copy of the Renault Kwid. You are expected to use the same engine three-cylinder petrol and 0.8-litre that is associated with a gearbox five-speed transmission that moves the front wheels delivery 57 horsepower and 74 Nm of torque engine. It is speculated that later, also to the Kwid, you can get a small diesel engine of three cylinders and 1.0 litre of displacement with the aim to compete with models like the Suzuki Celerio diesel.

it Is expected that the Datsun redi-Go will be manufactured alongside the Renault Kwid at the factory of Renault-Nissan has in Oragadam, Chennai (India). The price should oscillate between 3,300 and 4,600 euros.

Source – Datsun