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The facelifted Go was spotted at a Datsun Dealership, in Indonesia. While you can’t see too much, what you can notice is that the bumper of the car has been tweaked, while the fog lamp housings also look different. Also evident is black cladding on the bumper.
The car looks like it’s wearing a wider grille and new headlamps that look like they’re shared with the Cross, which features LED DRLs. The car will remain unchanged mechanically, but it will be fitted with a new dashboard, identical to what’s in the Cross. The single-DIN audio system on the current model will be replaced with a new touchscreen infotainment system.
Expect the Go+ MPV to feature similar changes too. There’s no news on when the carmaker will launch these cars in India yet.
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