Call it a Lacetti, call it an Excelle, call it an Optra or call it an SRV.
It could even be a Reno.
All the names fit, but the one most likely to fit for Australia is Viva. Or perhaps Barina.
The name game has developed as General Motors pushes its smallest new global design towards showrooms.
GM has already created the Corolla-sized Cruze, which is sold with a variety of names and badges around the world, and now has its next compact almost ready for action. The names will vary because it is planned to be sold as a Chevrolet, a Daewoo, a Buick and a Holden _ as well as a Suzuki.
Regardless of the name, the newcomer is a youthful little city car which will start a a five-door hatch in 2010 and will be followed by a sedan and baby station wagon in 2011.
These Carparazzi pictures show the Barina as it is today, disguised as a test car during trials in Europe, with great looking computer renderings of how it will finally look once it has been morphed for the road.
It has a similar edgy style to the Cruze, but also reflects the need for maximum space and style in a car which is likely to sell for well below $20,000 in Australia.
Few details have emerged yet on the baby car, which has been spawned for low-cost production at Daewoo in Korea. But it is likely to have an all-new mechanical platform, with cabin package and suspension systems which are flexible enough to suit the many needs of GM buyers around the world.
And the car is going ahead despite the recent chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings in the USA.
It is set for Australia, probably towards the middle of next year, although no-one at GM Holden is prepared to comment on the car. Or the name.