It gets a premium chrome plated hexagonal grille in the front and swept back headlamps. The urban-cross as they call it, gets a bash-plate under the front bumper.
The side profile reveals the size of the car. It is considerably large for its targeted segment and gets the evocative lines of the concept.
The tail design is quirky but in a nice way and gets a chrome strip on the tailgate to add a dash of premium. The bumper gets a blacked out section to underline the crossover traits.
The dashboard is fairly simple and is dressed in beige. The piano black insert for the 1-Din music system and AC controls looks a bit out of place.
There are quite a few cubby holes to stow away stuff along with the regular glove box. You also have a 12V charging point up front on the dash.
For what seemed to be a top-spec car, the interiors were in art leather instead of the fabric upholstery in the supposedly lower-spec car.
It gets power windows in the front and manual in the back. The tall-boy design and larger doors means ingress and egress in comparatively easy even for large people.
The boot is fairly large and we think it may be almost as much as the Kwid as the redi-GO shares its platform with its French cousin.
It gets the 800cc engine found in the Renault and is mated to a five-speed manual gearbox. Which means, a 1.0-litre and an AMT are not far away.
The redi-GO certainly seems a well thought out car aimed at the basic segment of the Indian car market. For an aggressive price, this may certainly give the Alto a run for its money.