Chinese automaker Brilliance will reportedly baptize its new city car with the "CaCa" nameplate.

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.

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