Datsun Redi-Go facelift: Variant details leaked before launch

Datsun has couple of models on offer in Indian market and has been present here for quite some time. The brand is known for offering affordable small cars and one of the popular model from the brand is the small tallboy hatchback Redi-Go. Couple of days ago Datsun released a teaser image of their upcoming, facelifted version of the Redi-Go. The facelifted version is quite different from the current BS4 version in terms of styling. Now, more details regarding the variant details of the 2020 Datsun Redi-Go has been leaked online before its official launch.

Datsun is likely to launch the 2020 Datsun Redi-Go in the market once the ongoing nationwide lockdwon is lifted. But, according to sources, the brand might start taking booking for the hatchback from 15 May 2020. The images releated to the variants have been uploaded to Team Bhp and according to the images, Datsun Redi-Go will get four variants. The variants are namely -D, A, T and T(O). Features like Driver side airbag, ABS and EBD are standard across the range. Other features like Reverse parking sensors and seat belt reminder are also standard.

The facelifted Datsun Redi-Go will have number of changes on the outside. Major changes are made to the front end of the vehicle. The Redi-Go gets an even more larger grille at the front with chrome garnish around. The bumper has been redesigned too. It looks more sharper and has an ‘L’ shaped design for the LED DRL and fog lamps are also included in it. The headlights now look sleeker than before and the tail lights are also LED units.

On the inside, the Redi-Go gets features like an 8 inch touchscreen infotainment screen in top-end trim (T(O)) that supports Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, Lower variants (T) get 2-din audio system. The Redi-go will be powered by the same set of engines as before. It will be available with a BS6 compliant 0.8 litre and 1.0 litre petrol engines and is expected to get the 5-speed AMT as an option. With all these updates and inclusions, the price of the Redi-Go is likely to go up slightly. The Redi-Go is the least priced car in Renault-Nissan’s portfolio currently, and is slightly cheaper than the next cheapest car: the Renault Kwid. Both cars share the CMF-A platform, and are meant to be for first time car buyers. The Redi-Go gets a tall-boy form factor as a major differentiator from the Kwid.