The new Datsun Go and Go+ facelift have been revealed in Indonesia. Both the cars are likely to launch in India in coming months.
Expected to be launched in India later in 2018, the new Datsun Go and GO+ facelift have been revealed in Indonesia. Spotted with a new touchscreen infotainment system and a bunch of exterior changes, both the cars are powered by the same 1.2-litre, three-cylinder petrol engine that powers the current car. It makes 68hp and 104Nm of torque. For Indonesia, the engine is available with either a five-speed manual transmission or an optional CVT gearbox. The automatic option is only available in the hatchback i.e in Datsun GO and not in Datsun GO+.
The Datsun Go facelift, if launched with an automatic transmission in India, will compete with the Maruti Suzuki Alto AMT and the Renault Kwid AMT, among others. The Datsun Go has impressed with its low price point and this new facelift will give the car a more upmarket look and the convenience that comes with an auto. However, it is likely that the manufacturer would skip the CVT gearbox on the Indian variant.
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Datsun Go and GO+ Facelift Design Changes
In terms of design, both the Datsun Go and GO+ facelift include newly designed front bumper and headlamps. These are same as those on the Cross, which was revealed earlier this year. The front bumper now carries vertical strips of LED DRLs in place of fog lamps. Both the cars are also available with a body kit, which includes sportier front and rear bumpers, side skirts and a large rear spoiler. Both models also get new alloy wheels and the side indicators are now integrated into the ORVMs.
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The facelift also gets a new wider grille and a large rear spoiler. The Go+ differentiates itself with larger grey inserts on the front and rear bumpers. A new 14-inch alloy wheel design rounds off the changes. The interior of the Datsun Go and GO+ facelift gets a 6.75-inch touchscreen infotainment system with smartphone connectivity. The restyled instrument panel and AC vents in the facelift are similar to the ones found on the Cross. Both the hatchback and MPV are equipped with driver’s side airbags, auto headlamps and power windows on all doors.
Stay tuned for more on the Datsun Go and GO+ facelift India launch date.