None of that mattered to Nissan's strategists, who are using the Datsun name in emerging markets to sell cheap cars without airbags and creature comforts. Not even Nissan can claim to have a fun small car like the one in our rendering.
Hope does, however, come from the recently established Nismo in-house tuning division. An abbreviation of Nissan and Motorsport, Nismo has already launched four tuned cars under its own name, the most notable of which being the GT-R Nismo, a 600 horsepower.
Let's imagine for a second that India is actually Europe and they want a small, fast hatchback under the Datsun brand. What would that be like? Well, a bit like the 106 GTi or the C2 VTS. Neither of those had that many features and nobody complained at the time. We guess that following the French formula, the Go Nismo would have to get a high-revving 1.6-liter engine… hypothetically speaking, of course.