September 18, 2013 - The revived Datsun brand unveiled its budget-focused Go hatchback earlier this year, ahead of a launch in Russia, India, South Africa and Indonesia.
This week, the small five-seat hatch has been given a stretched sibling in the form of the seven-seat Datsun Go+.
Nearly identical to its shorter stablemate, the Go+ wears the same front and rear-end styling, and even gets the same front and rear doors.
Beyond the C-pillar is where the standout difference lies, with a longer rear quarter window transforming the Go's design into a wagon or mini-van.
The whole thing rides on the same 2450mm wheelbase that underpins the five-seat Go, and both models share Nissan's 1.2 litre petrol engine and five-speed manual transmission.
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