They get cosmetic updates both inside and out but are mechanically unchanged.

The company has introduced limited-run versions of the Go Hatch and the Go + MPV, called Remix Edition, which are priced at Rs 4.21 lakh and Rs 4.99 lakh, respectively (both prices, ex-showroom, Delhi). There are changes to the exterior and the interior to help liven the two up. Bookings have started, and they cost Rs 9,000 and Rs 6,000 more than their respecitve high-spec T variants.

The special-edition models get custom colour scheme and get a new rear spoiler, black wheel covers, a black grille, chrome-finished exhaust tips and chrome bezels on the bumper. The interiors feature a cabin in piano black and new seat covers. You get the same equipment as the T variant, which comes with remote keyless entry and Bluetooth compatibility as standard.

What you also get are follow-me-home headlamps, an electric power steering, a manual AC, front power windows, auxiliary-in and USB ports, and central locking continue to be available. Mechanically, both models are unchanged.

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