Days after Datsun revealed the production-spec Cross, spy pics of the facelifted Go hatchback have surfaced online. The car has been spotted at a Datsun dealership, in Indonesia.
Though the car stands at a distance in the images, what is apparent are the changes made to its face. The bumper of the car has been tweaked, whereas the fog lamp housings look different. Look closely, and you will also see black cladding on the bumper. Moreover, the facelift gets a wider grille and new headlamps, which look like a carryover from the Cross, meaning the facelifted Go could come with LED DRLs.
While the mechanicals of the car are likely to remain largely unchanged, expect to see a new dashboard, identical to the one seen on the Cross. Datsun could also consider replacing the single-DIN audio system on the current model with a new touchscreen infotainment system. Similar changes are expected to make their way onto the Go+ MPV, too.
The company has not confirmed the launch of either of the facelifted models at this time, but we expect them to arrive sometime later this year. In India, the Go rivals the likes of the Maruti Alto K10 and Hyundai Eon.