DATSUN GO+ 2013 - Present
The GO+, Datsun’s second vehicle launched after the brand’s 2013 revival, is a GO hatchback-based MPV that has a 5+2 seating layout with rear folding seats. Described as a “move-able cozy family lounge able to accommodate all family members in one car for the journey”, the Datsun GO+ borrows the hatchback’s 1.2-liter petrol engine mated to a five-speed manual transmission. The GO+ will go on sale in Indonesia at first, and then reach emerging markets such as India, Russia and South Africa.
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Some might say that Nissan's revival of the Datsun brand is being done for all the wrong reasons. There's no successor to the famous 240Z or any other kind of cult car. But, Datsun has received a lot of attention in the Emerging markets where it will be launched, particularly in Indonezia. On September 1... Continue Reading →
Nissan-owned low-cost Datsun brand has unveiled its second model this year, the seven-seat GO+. Based on the newly-released GO hatchback, the MPV has a 5+2 seating layout and will be built at Nissan’s Purwakarta plant in Indonesia. Only 3,995 mm (157.3 inches) long, the GO+ comes with folding rear seats and ... Continue Reading →
Revealed less than two weeks ago, the new Datsun GO has already sparked the imagination of several automotive rendering specialists, who came up with new versions of the affordable vehicle that promises to become an instant hit in Asia. After gaining a virtual Cross version "penned" by X-Tomi Design, the... Continue Reading →
At the beginning of the week, Nissan revealed not only a whole new car but also a new brand. Datsun has been revived as a budget brand that sort of mirrors Renault's tactic with Dacia, but in a much more extreme way. The Go is really small and makes huge compromises in terms of equipment that Dacia doesn'... Continue Reading →