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Datsun Reveals GO Cross Concept In Japan

Datsun GO Cross Concept India Global

Yokohama, 30th October 2015: Japanese mass market automobile brand Datsun, owned by Nissan Motor Co, has revealed the GO Cross concept car which they plan to launch it for global markets in coming years. The GO Cross represents second concept car by the recently revived vehicle brand, the first one being the Datsun redi-GO concept presented in February 2014. 

Originated a little more than a century ago in 1914 as DAT-GO (the DAT-car) where the word DAT means 'lightening-fast' in Japanese. The DAT is also an acronym of the first letter of three of its early financiers Den, Aoyama and Takeuchi who supported the business at that time.

The GO Cross concept aims to diversify the Datsun range of vehicles offered in the high-growth markets. It looks compact, sturdy and stylish with a huge hexagonal shaped honeycomb front grille, projector lamps, day running lights, distinctively placed fog lamps, front and rear bumper skid plates and stylish tailamps.

Datsun GO Cross Concept India Global

The concept car sports a 17-inch alloy wheels, higher ground clearance, a toughened chassis and rugged looks which gives it an aggressive stance. 
“Our challenge was to create an unmistakable crossover which kept some iconic design cues from the Datsun GO+ yet, at the same time, was distinctly different. The Datsun GO-cross Concept is proof positive that Datsun’s design language is consistent yet flexible enough to shape every kind of vehicle,” said Koli Nagano, executive Design Director, Datsun.
“The aggressive and modern front end, rugged lower and sleek upper design give the Datsun GO-cross Concept a high distinctive silhouette which is designed to appeal to different types of customer, “Although clearly built for adventures, like Datsun GO+, our new crossover concept has also been created with practicality in mind. There’s ample space inside for families and friends travelling together. The usefully sized luggage area is complemented by the extra luggage capacity offered by the roof rack, while the higher ground clearance and tough exterior cladding mean it will be able to cope with everyday road and traffic conditions in the country,” adds Koji Nagano

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