Chinese automaker Brilliance will reportedly baptize its new city car with the "CaCa" nameplate.
Last time we heard about Brilliance they were talking with BMW about selling their co-developed China-made cars in export markets under the "Zhi Nui" ("The Promise") name. Now, it seems the Chinese marque is preparing a new model which according to ChinaCarTimes will be known as the "CaCa."
It's a city car powered by a 1.3-liter engine set to rival the Chery QQ and Chang'an Ben Ben. Pricing of the Brilliance CaCa is expected to kick off at around 30,000 RMB (about 4,920 USD / 3,570 EUR / 3,100 GBP).
Chances are Brilliance will decide to change the car's designation for those markets where "CaCa" isn't a suitable name for a car.