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ItalDesign Brivido

A luxurious four-seat sporting GT envisioned by VW Group-owned ItalDesign Giugiaro is this Brivido (meaning “thrill” in Italian). The car is almost five meters long and was designed by Giugiaro, the same company that was responsible for the styling of the Scirocco and the original Golf.

ItalDesign Brivido

At the heart of this concept is a 3.0-liter V6 gasoline engine linked to an electric motor and an 8-speed automatic gearbox, managing to deliver 355 hp and 339 lb.-ft of torque. This RWD concept needs only 5.8 seconds for doing the 0-62 mph sprint, on its way to a top speed of 171 mph. the ItalDesign Brivido has CO2 emissions of 154 g/km.

ItalDesign Brivido

This is a vehicle that measures 4980 mm long, 1298 mm high and 1960 mm wide, while its wheelbase is of 2910 mm long. It has been fitted as you can see with cool gullwing doors that offer an easy cabin access for both front & rear passengers. The developers of this concept have used a lot of glass for forming a “glass dome” that manages to increase visibility.

ItalDesign Brivido

We also notice LED light clusters, cameras instead of the usual side mirrors which display images on the steering column’s top. Other than that, the ItalDesign Brivido rides on massive 21-inch alloys and the engineers have used a lot of carbon fiber for both the front and rear of the vehicle. Inside the cabin it packs an iPad docking station as well as two LCD screens from where the driver will have access to all of the important functions of the vehicle.

Source: ItalDesign Giugiaro via Autocar

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Volkswagen Cross Coupe

One of the many concepts introduced at the 82nd edition of the Geneva Motor Show was this Volkswagen Cross Coupe which is an SUV that previews the upcoming new generation of the Tiguan. It benefits from an advanced 4WD system that showcases the all-new plug-in diesel-electric hybrid system that the German carmaker is working on for a lineup of upcoming frugal production vehicles.

Volkswagen Cross Coupe

The VW Cross Coupe concept has a curb weight of 1858kg and manages to return 157 mpg UK and has CO2 emissions of just 46g/km. The car develops no less than 380 hp and can hit a top speed of 137 mph. It offers a range of up to 800 miles.

Volkswagen Cross Coupe

This would have to be the second version of the concept, as the first one was shown at the 2011 Tokyo Motor Show which came with a gasoline-hybrid system. The new version connects a 187 hp version of the company’s new 2.0-liter 4-cylinder common-rail EA288 diesel with a couple of electric motors. One of these motors is installed up front and it can deliver 54 hp to the front wheels while the other motor is located at the back and has 114 hp for driving the rear wheels. These two electric motors are driven by the 9.8 kWh lithium-ion battery pack.

Volkswagen Cross Coupe

The top speed that the Volkswagen Cross Coupe concept can achieve in electric mode is of 80 mph and it can be driven for up to 28 miles in this mode. There is a switch installed on the center console of the vehicle which allows the driver to change between electric and hybrid drive modes. When running in electric mode, there is a clutch which will be opened in order to disengage the diesel power unit, thus diminishing mechanical drag. This diesel engine will start to top out the battery in the event in which additional battery charge is necessary for powering those two electric motors we’ve mentioned.

Source: Volkswagen

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SsangYong XIV-2

The SsangYong XIV-2 is a “convertible” concepts and is a successor of a similar concept that was introduced last year in September during the 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show.XIV stands for eXciting User Interface and this would have to be a crossover SUV-convertible that has been equipped with a one-touch automatic opening soft-top, pram-style roof.

SsangYong XIV-2

The interesting concept you see in these photos measures 4166 mm long, 1566 mm high and it is 1802 mm wide, while its wheelbase measures 2600 mm. The concept gets an extremely advanced cabin with a generous iPad-style screen located in the center console. Also inside the cabin there is aluminum and a carbon fiber trim.

SsangYong XIV-2

Most likely we won’t see this concept turning into a production model quite soon, but SsangYong has high hopes for the future as they plan to sell 300,000 cars by 2016. Last year they managed to deliver 113,000 units which was a significant increase of 40% in comparison to the year before that.

Source: SsangYong via Autocar

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2012 Geneva Motor Show

Here you will find all of our articles that we wrote in the last couple of weeks about this year’s edition of the Geneva Motor Show which was organized between 8-18th of March.

Hyundai i-oniq goes official at Geneva Motor Show

Opel Astra OPC priced from 34,250 euro

Jaguar XF Sportbrake debuts in Geneva

2012 Geneva Motor Show – memoR McLaren MP4-12C by Hamann

2012 Geneva Motor Show – BMW X6 facelift

Geneva Motor Show – Bentley Mulsanne Mulliner Driving Specification

BMW M135i arrives at Geneva Motor Show

Ford Tourneo Custom concept launched in Geneva

2013 Ford Kuga launched at Geneva Motor Show

Hyundai Veloster Turbo arrives at Geneva show

Geneva Show – EXP 9 F concept is Bentley’s first SUV

Mazda Takeri unveiled in Geneva

2012 Geneva Motor Show – Range Rover Evoque Convertible

Citroen DS4 Racing revealed in Geneva

Geneva Motor Show – Ford B-Max

Back in business – 2013 Audi RS4

Geneva Motor Show – Volkswagen Polo Blue GT

Seat Toledo concept debuts in Geneva

Ford Fiesta ST revealed in Geneva

Tesla Model X spreads its wings in Geneva

2012 Aston Martin Vantage introduced at Geneva show

Roding Roadster 23 unveiled in Geneva

All-new Audi A3 revealed in Geneva

Geneva Show – 2013 Lexus RX

Audi TT RS Plus launched at Geneva Motor Show

Honda Jazz Si launched at Geneva show

Fiat introduces 500L at Geneva Motor Show

Toyota FT-Bh shown in Geneva

Geneva show – 2013 Mitsubishi Outlander

VW Golf GTI makes public debut in Geneva

Suzuki G70 unveiled in Geneva

Geneva Motor Show – 2013 Porsche Boxster

Star of the Geneva show – Ferrari F12 Berlinetta

Lamborghini Aventador J shocks Geneva crowd

2012 Geneva Motor Show – Mini Clubvan

Geneva 2012 – Citroen C4 Aircross

Tata Megapixel concept shown in Geneva

Geneva Show – Maserati GranTurismo Sport

GTA Spano shows its production face in Geneva

Lotus Evora GTE Carbon Edition revealed in Geneva

2013 Volvo V40 makes its official debut at Geneva

2012 Geneva Motor Show – Hyundai i30 Wagon

Hyundai brings i20 facelift to Geneva

2012 Geneva Motor Show – AC 378 GT Zagato

Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse revealed

2013 Kia Cee’d goes official

Opel Astra OPC makes an appearance in Geneva

Dacia Lodgy launched in Geneva

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Opel Mokka

The Vauxhall Mokka was introduced this year at the Geneva Motor Show and it is going to take on the Ford’s new Fiesta-based EcoSport and on Nissan’s Juke model. This soft-roader will be arriving in the UK dealerships towards the end of this year.

Opel Mokka

The first time when we saw this car was earlier this year at the Detroit Motor Show in the form of the Buick Encore. It is five-seater, high-riding vehicle that is 4280 mm long and 1645 mm high, while the wheelbase measures 2555 mm. Both models are based on the Gamma II platform developed by General Motors which will also be used for the new generation of the Corsa. In addition, the same platform has been used for the new Chevrolet Aveo.

Opel Mokka

For the United Kingdom market, the new Mokka is going to be available with a choice of a 1.6-liter naturally aspirated engine e with 117 hp and a 1.4-liter turbocharged power unit with 142 hp. Customers will also have the possibility to opt for a more frugal 1.7-liter CDTi turbodiesel that will be capable of developing 132 hp and a maximum torque of 221 lb.-ft. All of these three engines will come as standard with the stop/start system, while the turbo ones can be mated to a 6-speed manual gearbox or an automatic transmission. Aside from the standard front-wheel drive model, the Mokka will also be sold as an all-wheel drive model.

Opel Mokka

The load space offered by the Opel/Vauxhall Mooka is of 1372 liters when the rear seats are folded while if these seats are up, the car has a load space of 533 liters. It comes with Vauxhall’s own integrated Flex-Fix bicycle carrier and it also offers no less than 19 storage holes.

Opel Mokka

It has a minimum ground clearance of 158mm and most of the Mokkas will come as standard with big 18-inch alloys. Other standard goodies include hill start assist, traction control, stability control, adaptive forward lightning and hill descent control. One of the many optional features is the front camera system.

Source: Opel/Vauxhall

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Hyundai i-oniq

The Korean automaker Hyundai has introduced this month at the Geneva Motor Show the i-oniq concept which is an electric sports hatchback that comes with a range-extending gasoline engine and has been developed in order to showcase the company’s new design thinking and technology.

The vehicle is motivated by a 3-cylinder, 1.0-liter gasoline engine linked via a generator to a lithium-ion electric motor that pumps out 108 hp. When driving the car in electric mode, it should be able offer a range of up to 75 miles (120 km) while with the gasoline engine this range is extended up to 435 miles (700 km). This Hyundai i-oniq has CO2 emissions standing at 45 g/km.

Hyundai i-oniq

The concept measures 4.4 meters long and it is an evolution of the company’s fluidic sculpture design, featuring LED headlights and a “penthouse roof”. The vehicle is able to seat four people in a driver-focused cabin where there are high-tech controls and a modern interface. The car’s passengers can take advantage of the lounge-style space that has sculpted surfaces which have been inspired by musical instruments.

The Hyundai i-oniq has been designed and developed at the company’s European research & development center located in Russelsheim, Germany.

Source: Hyundai

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Opel Astra OPC

A few days ago on Opel’s German website the pricing and performance details have been published, along with a new video that showcases the Astra OPC. As you probably know this by now, the hot hatch will be powered by a 2.0-liter turbocharged engine that is capable of delivering 277 hp (280 PS / 206 kW) and a maximum torque of 295 lb.-ft (400 Nm), enough for a 0-62 mph sprint in 6 seconds and a maximum speed of 155 mph (250 km/h).

Opel Astra OPC

For soaking up some of the torque steer since all that power is sent to the wheels in the front, Opel’s engineers have fitted the new Astra OPC with a mechanical limited slip differential as well as High Performance Struts (also known as HiPerStruts). The car benefits from the FlexRide chassis that comes with dedicated Sport and OPC driving modes.

Opel Astra OPC

The new generation of the Opel Astra OPC is scheduled to go on sale this spring and the prices start at 34,250 euro (in Germany, including VAT). As standard, the hot hatch comes with tinted rear windows, LED rear lamps, on-board computer with selected performance data, 19-inch lightweight alloy OPC wheels, rear park assistant, two-zone automatic air conditioning system, Navi 600 navigation system, along with AFL+ adaptive forward lightning.

Opel Astra OPC

Inside the cabin we notice the high-performance race seats that benefit from weight-saving material. The weight of these seats has been reduced by 45% thanks to the use of organic injection sheets with composite material. These new seats have up to 18 different settings, offering an enhanced side support and a lower seating position.

Source: Opel via WCF

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Jaguar XF Sportbrake

At this year’s edition of the Geneva Motor Show, the British carmaker Jaguar has introduced the XF Sportbrake which is scheduled to go on sale this November. The car is entirely new starting from the B-pillars back and the company that it is as torsionally stiff as the XF sedan. The C-pillar detail has been borrowed from the XJ sedan, while the roof has a new design.

Jaguar XF Sportbrake

The car’s rear door frames have been modified along with the windows, releasing an additional 48mm of headroom for the passengers sitting in the back of the car. The rear seats of the XF Sportbrake have a new design and they feature a 60/40 split along with a built-in sky hatch. You can drop the seat backs while you access the cargo area through the tailgate opening thanks to the levers in the load bay.

Jaguar XF Sportbrake

The boot volume of the car when the seats are down is of 550 liters, which although might sound impressive, it is less than what other cars in this segment have to offer. For example, the BMW 5-Series Touring and the Audi A6 Avant provide 560 liters to store your stuff while the E-Class from Mercedes-Benz can hold up to 696 liters. If you fold the seats down, the cargo room offered by the Jaguar XF Sportbrake increases to 1675 liters, which is a bit more than the 5-Series and the A6, as these two offer 1760 liters. However, the king in this segment is the E-Class which offers no less than 1765 liters.

Jaguar XF Sportbrake

When the seats are down, the load bay measures 1.97 meters long and 1.06 meters wide, this should be enough to store your bags of golf clubs sideways, according to the automaker. We should mention that under the floor there’s a storage space, and you can also attach nets and retaining bars to the two full-length aluminum floor rails.

Jaguar XF Sportbrake

When the car will come out, customers will be able to select from four diesel engines, as follows: a 4-cylinder 2.2-liter power unit with 161 hp and 187 hp, along with a beefier V6 3.0-liter twin-turbo with 237 hp and 271 hp. In addition, there are going to be two exterior design packages for the XF Sportbrake, the Aero pack and the Black pack. The first one comes as standard on the S model and brings new side sills, a deeper front bumper and rear valance. The second pack comes with dark-colored wheels and it also replaces exterior brightwork with a glossy black trim.

Jaguar XF Sportbrake

No official details concerning the price tag of the Jaguar XF Sportbrake, but the cheapest model that comes with the entry-level 2.2-liter diesel will cost somewhere around 32,500 pounds, while the top-spec 3.0D S will carry a price tag of approximately 44,300 pounds.

Jaguar XF Sportbrake

Source: Jaguar via Autocar

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memoR McLaren MP4-12C by Hamann

Hamann has brought to the 82nd edition of the Geneva Motor Show the memoR McLaren MP4-12C which is essentially a styling exercise applied on a car that was already astonishing. They did not mess around with the engine of the car but it does come with a new aerodynamic package that brings a big front splitter, a new rear diffuser, modified wheel arches and updated side skirts.

memoR McLaren MP4-12C by Hamann

According to the tuner, this new bodykit manages to increase the downforce on both front and rear axles of the car. The car features a red and black two-tone exterior finish which looks great with those black rims. Most likely, Hamann will soon start working on a performance upgrade for the McLaren MP4-12C.

No word yet about the price tag of this aerodynamic package.

Source: Hamann via ZerCustoms

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BMW has introduced this month at the 82nd edition of the Geneva Motor Show the facelift for the X6 which brings several modifications to the front where the fog lights have been relocated as they now sit high up in the outer air inlets, along with optional adaptive LED headlamps and a more pronounced kidney grille. The hotter X6 M gets those LED headlamps as standard, as well as blue aluminum brake calipers.

The back of the SUV has also been revised, featuring new horizontally-mounted twin LED light banks. Also new are a bunch of paint finishes, such as Midnight Blue metallic, Orion Silver metallic and Marrakech Brown metallic. The BMW X6 xDrive 50i comes with double-spoke, bi-color 19-inch alloy wheels.

The BMW X6 facelift comes with a choice of five engines: xDrive30d, xDrive40d, xDriver35i, V8 xDrive50i and the powerful 555 hp engine in the X6 M. the xDrive 30d will be available from spring with the company’s nitrogen oxide-reducing BluePerformance Technology.


Moving inside the cabin of the SUV, as standard it comes with a Vermilion Red leather, while for more money clients can choose the Ebony White or Black. The car is scheduled to go on sale this June at a base price of 46,725 pounds for the entry-level xDrive30d which is 340 pounds more than the outgoing model. The X6 M is going to have a starting price of 85,680 pounds which means that it will be 3,500 pounds more expensive than the current version. As for the M Performance tri-turbo diesel variant of the X6, this is going to cost from 62,260.


Source: BMW

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Bentley Mulsanne Mulliner Driving Specification

At the 82nd edition of the Geneva Motor Show, the British automaker Bentley has introduced a special version of the Mulsanne model. The Mulliner Driving Specification brings a sport-tuned suspension, sport-tuned steering wheel, along with a bunch of bespoke features which make this model special.

Bentley Mulsanne Mulliner Driving Specification

The car comes with the Drive Dynamics Control system that is now offered with a Sport setting. This system is capable of allowing the steering and air suspension systems to be tuned to a desired driving style. This system is operated by a rotary switch which has been mounted next to the car’s gearshift selector. Selecting Sport increases grip, steering accuracy and body control, without having to lower the ride comfort.

Bentley Mulsanne Mulliner Driving Specification

This new edition of the big 4-door sedan rides on a new set of lightweight aluminum 21-inch alloy wheels that have race-derived titanium fasteners and are wrapped around in 265/40 ZR21 tires. Drilled alloy was used for making the brake and accelerator pedals.

Bentley Mulsanne Mulliner Driving Specification

Moving inside, the cabin has a more driver-focused feel and look, featuring tactile knurled finishes on most of the controls, along with diamond quilted leather seats and door casings. On the outside we notice the polished stainless steel sweeping wing vents, along with a black matrix grille.

Bentley Mulsanne Mulliner Driving Specification

Nothing has changed under that long hood of the Bentley Mulsanne Mulliner Driving Specification as it comes with the same V8 6.75-liter engine that is capable of delivering no less than 505 hp, allowing the car to do the 0-62 mph sprint in 5.1 seconds, en route to a maximum speed of 184 mph.

Bentley Mulsanne Mulliner Driving Specification

Source: Bentley

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BMW M135i

A new entry in BMW’s 1-Series lineup is this M135 model that has made its debut this month at the 82nd edition of the Geneva Motor Show. The car is scheduled to rival the Audi RS3 and it is the first 3-door version of the second-gen 1-Series which will get the same lineup of 4-cylinder gasoline and diesel power units like its 5-door sibling.

BMW M135i

Even though this isn’t really an M car, the BMW M135i borrows a lot of things from 2011’s M135i Coupe, especially since both cars have the same engine and transmission. We don’t have full details at the moment, but according to BMW insiders this 6-cylinder, 3.0-liter twin turbocharged engine is capable of developing somewhere around 320 hp and a maximum torque of 332 lb.-ft.

BMW M135i

According to the British car magazine Autocar, the M135i hatchback will be offered as standard with a rear-wheel drive setup while for more money clients will be able to opt for four-wheel drive system, as opposed to the M135i Coupe that only has a four-wheel drive setup. Most likely, the car will be available only in a left-hand drive, just like other non-SUV xDrive models launched by BMW.

BMW M135i

The M135i has a rumored curb weight of 1500kg and can offer a power-to-weight ratio of more than 220hp/ton in a RWD configuration, allowing the car to complete the 0-62 mph sprint in 4.9 seconds, the 0-124mph sprint in 17.3 seconds, on its way to an electronically limited top speed of 155 mph.

BMW M135i

The BMW M135i comes with an updated suspension that brings wider tracks, a lower ride height and 18-inch alloys. In addition, the German automaker has also upgraded the brakes and it now has 360mm rotors at the front and 350mm rotors at the back of the car. We should also note the new bodykit that the car comes with, a bodykit that includes a new front bumper which adopts the regular M styling cues, bespoke mirror housings, LED imbued headlamps, a big rear bumper that has a black lower section and the twin tail pipes, along with wider sills under the doors.

BMW M135i

Source: BMW via Autocar

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Ford Tourneo Custom

This month at the Geneva Motor Show in Switzerland, Ford has introduced the Tourneo Custom concept which comes with a bunch of new features that we haven’t seen from Ford in this segment, like the voice-activated SYNC in-car connectivity system, multi-adjustable and removable rear seating, along with systems like driver alert, lane departure and a rear-view camera.

Under the hood of this concept is a 2.2-liter Duratorq TDCi diesel engine that pumps out 153 hp. That power is sent to the front wheels, and the vehicle is based on the company’s new global platform which will be used for the new generation of the Transit which is scheduled to be revealed next month.

Ford Tourneo Custom

The engines of the new model will include a 2.2-liter Duratorq TDCi diesel that as standard will benefit from the stop/start technology. This engine is going to be available in three configurations: with 99 hp, 124 hp and a more powerful 153 hp configuration. All these three engines will be mated to a 6-speed manual gearbox which will send the power to the front axle.

The new generation of the Ford Transit is going to be offered with two wheelbases. The Transit and Tourneo panel vans are going to be manufactured in Turkey, while the units which will have a bare rear chassis are going to be produced at Southampton.

Source: Ford

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2013 Ford Kuga

Scheduled to go on sale in the first part of 2013, the all-new Ford Kuga has made its official debut this month at the Geneva Motor Show in Switzerland. Ford promises that the new model is capable of offering a better driving experience and it will also come with more technology, while being more practical at the same time.

2013 Ford Kuga

One of the highlights of the new model would have to be the company’s Torque Vectoring Control system that we saw for the first time on the new Focus, a car that the Kuga shares its platform with. This system is capable of encouraging power to the front wheel that has the most grip by braking the slipping one. Also available is the Blue Oval’s latest development of the all-wheel drive system that can adjust the power split front-to-back more than 100x / second.

2013 Ford Kuga

Customers will be able to choose from one of the following power units. Two 2.0-liter diesels that produce 138 and 161 hp, along with a 1.6-liter EcoBoost gasoline engine that is capable of delivering 148 hp. If you opt for one of those two diesels, the Kuga can be fitted with the company’s PowerShift automatic transmission.

2013 Ford Kuga

As you can see, the new Kuga looks just about the same as its U.S.-market Escape sibling, but the European version has been mildly restyled. The new model is approximately 100m longer than the model it replaces and as a consequence it offers more passenger space in the back, while the cargo room has also been improved by 82 liters compared to the current model to a grand total of 442 liters.

2013 Ford Kuga

One of the cool technologies implemented in the new generation of the Ford Kuga would have to be that you will be able to open and close the boot of the car by waving your foot under the rear bumper. In addition, at the simple touch of a button you can fold flat the seats in the back. Other goodies include Active Park Assist and Blind Spot Information System. The first one can aid steer the vehicle into an available parking space, while the latter can indicate if there’s a vehicle in the blind spot of the driver with the help of a light that has been mounted in the door mirror.

2013 Ford Kuga

Another optional feature which the Ford Kuga can have is the company’s recently developed SYNC system which offers mobile device integration, voice control and also emergency assistance that can detect if the fuel cut-off system or an airbag are activated. It can also use the Bluetooth paired device or the on-board GPS system for calling the emergency services when necessary.

Source: Ford

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Hyundai Veloster Turbo

The Korean automaker Hyundai has brought to the 2012 Geneva Motor Show its Veloster Turbo model that is powered by the company’s new 1.6-liter T-GDI engine. This engine benefits from a twin-scroll turbocharger and in its European specification produces 183 hp and a peak torque of 199 lb.-ft.

The Hyundai Veloster Turbo is capable of doing the 0-62 mph sprint in only 8.4 seconds, whereas the standard version the car will need 9.7 seconds to hit 62 mph from start. We don’t have any details concerning the CO2 emissions and the fuel consumption of the vehicle.

What we do know is that the car has been fitted with a faster steering rack with updated calibration, while both the front and rear suspension have been revised in order to “enhance driver enjoyment”. For a “more robust sound”, Hyundai has equipped the Veloster Turbo with a larger diameter exhaust. As standard, the aforementioned T-GDI engine is mated to a 6-speed manual gearbox.

As far as the design is concerned, the Turbo version of the Veloster comes with new front & rear bumpers, new grille and rear spoiler, projection headlights with built-in LED DRLs, bespoke LED taillights and a new set of 18-inch alloys that have chrome inserts.

As most of you know, back in January at the Detroit Motor Show, Hyundai introduced the North American-specification of the Veloster Turbo.

Source: Hyundai

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