The GO+ will use Nissan’s 1.2-litre three-cylinder petrol which will make 68PS of power and 104Nm of peak torque. It will be pared with 5-speed manual transmission.  The wheelbase of GO+ will be same as in the hatchback, i.e. of 2450mm, and a length of 3995mm. It will have a width of 1635mm and a height of 1500mm.

The Go+ will feature a monocoque chassis with an impressively light kerb weight of just 794kg which makes it one of the lightest MPVs when it goes on sale in India.

The GO+ will be a 5+2 MPV designed to be a family car. It will offer either two additional seats in the back or room for cargo. Not much has been revealed about the interiors in the MPV.

According to reports, the Go+ will be available in 5 colours – Reddish Gold, White Solid, Silver Metallic, Grey Metallic and Black Solid and the starting price is expected to be below 100 million or Rs 5.27 lakh.