Rendering – Datsun Go Sedan takes on the Honda Amaze, Maruti Dzire


Anjan Ravi, I'm a true-blooded petrolhead. Hope you enjoy our news stories, launch coverages, motorshow coverages and test drive reports.

The Datsun Go and the Datsun brand were officially announced in India on July 15. Since then, we have come across many renderings based on the Go. In our last story, a Datsun Cross Go, a crossover with a soft SUV feel, was envisioned. While the crossover market is ever expanding, so is the compact sedan market composed of the likes of the Honda Amaze and the Swift Dzire.

Datsun Go Sedan

Theophilus Chin, who made these renderings of a Datsun Go sedan, has the headlines loud and clear: Less than 4 meters in length and will hence rival the Maruti Swift Dzire and the Honda Amaze.

Datsun Go Sedan front

Check out our exhaustive coverage of the Datsun Go

Just to be clear, Datsun has announced no such plans for a sedan based on the Go. For the Indian market, the Datsun Go will be followed by an even smaller hatchback (codenamed the I2) and an MPV. While a sedan has been announced for the Russian market, it is going to be based on the Lada Granta and we don’t think it would look like this (though we hope they prove us wrong).

Datsun Go Sedan rear

One thing is for certain. If Datsun were to make a sedan version of the Go, the economies of scale would certainly be in their favor. Given that a sub 4 lakhs price tag has been announced for the Go hatchback, the Go sedan should definitely be there with the Dzire in terms of price.

[Images from Theophilus Chin]

Contribute to IAB
Submit Spyshots & get Bragging rights! Click Here
Custom Mods on your ride? Get it featured on IAB Submit

Datsun Go News & Updates

Datsun GO Live Concept at GIIAS 2017 right front three quarters

Datsun GO Live Concept – GIIAS 2017 Live

Datsun GO+ Anniversary edition front launched

Datsun GO & Datsun GO+ Anniversary editions launched in India

Datsun GO+ Panca T-Style front quarter launched at the 2015 Indonesia International Motor Show

Datsun sales drop by 90 percent in Indonesia, courtesy Toyota Calya – Report

Datsun Go Global NCAP crash test

Automobile Association South Africa rates safety of Tata Indica, Datsun Go ‘poor’

Datsun GO+ front three quarters (South African-spec)

India-made Datsun GO+ launched in South Africa

Datsun GO+ Style Edition launched in India

Datsun GO and GO+ Style Editions launched in India