Datsun has launched the GO small car in India with prices starting at Rs 3.12 lakh ex-showroom Delhi. Making India the first market to witness the re-emergence of Datsun brand, albeit with a different outlook, the GO compares well with the likes of Maruti Suzuki Alto 800, and comprises three trim levels. Powering the car is a 1.2-litre, three-cylinder petrol engine said to have been borrowed from the Nissan Micra. Sharing certain other components and bits with the Micra, the GO is capable of seating five people, and is a five-door design with some clever packaging initiatives like a joint front seat and gear shifter that is placed on the centre console. In terms of equipment, the car features digital tacho; drive computer that displays instantaneous fuel economy, average fuel economy and distance to empty; follow-me-home headlamps; speed sensitive wipers, and silver finish front radiator grille. The mid-level variant gets an air-con apart from a chrome front grille, body coloured bumpers and Jacquard seat upholstery. The top-trim gets speed sensitive electric power steering, front power windows, Mobile Docking Station (MDS) with amplifier, universal mobile holder, aux-in and USB charger, front speakers, central locking and full wheel covers.