Datsun has not green lit the production of the GO-Cross, yet.
During the 2015 Tokyo Motor Show, Datsun unveiled the Datusn GO-Cross concept that could preview a future crossover, should the company see fit to introduce. At the moment, Datsun has not green lit the production of the GO-Cross, yet.
The exterior features the characteristic modern styling of Datsun, sporting a large hexagonal grille with thick chrome bezel, sleek headlamps with separate round lighting underneath, a rugged bumper with black plastic extensions, roof rails and black plastic wheel fenders.
The concept is based on the Datsun GO+, and gives an idea as to what a crossover/SUV from Datsun could look like. Being a concept, there are no confirmed powertrain details for the GO-Cross.
The next product on Datsun's agenda is the Datsun redi-Go, which was spotted testing for the first time yesterday. It is the second product to ride on the CMF-A platform, and is expected to launch by March 2016.