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  • 2021 Geneva Motor Show could proceed in revised form; shorter duration and limited attendance – report

    The Geneva Motor Show could make a return next year under an altered format, Automotive News Europe reports, following the late cancellation of this year’s edition of the exhibition in Switzerland, just days before its original schedule.

    Due to the protracted Covid-19 pandemic, the 2021 running of the Geneva show was announced in June this year to be cancelled, when it was also announced that its organisers, the Geneva International Motor Show (GIMS) Foundation, decided to sell the event to Palexpo SA, the firm which provides the venue for the Swiss event.

    Now though, the revised plan sees the show shortened to just three days, down from the original 15 days, and it will only be open to members of media outlets, the magazine reported.

    The revised show format will be staged at the event’s existing Palexpo venue on the outskirts of Geneva, in a mixture of physical and virtual events that include 30-minute press conferences held both live and via online broadcasts.

    “This period of transition presents an opportunity for us to reinvent our profession, evolve our events and create new platforms for bringing people together both in person and virtually,” as written in a Palexpo promotional brochure sighted by Automotive News Europe.

    The GIMS Foundation has offered to car makers three packages ranging from 150,000 Swiss francs (RM676,991) to 750,000 Swiss francs (RM3,384,766), though no manufacturer has confirmed participation in the revamped 2021 running of Geneva Motor Show yet, Autocar reports.

    The starting package offers a one-car show stand with access for 10 media guests, and a stage with an LED TV wall, while the higher-priced packages can grow in capacity up to four cars and guests, the magazine wrote. It also notes that approval from local health authorities is another hurdle, citing the London Concours of Elegance as a recently held event, though that had taken place outdoors with limited capacity.

    The 2021 edition of the Geneva Motor Show in its original format was cancelled as a majority of exhibitors stated that they would “probably not participate in a 2021 edition, and that they would prefer to have a GIMS in 2022,” the committee and foundation board stated in June.

    The cancellation had resulted in losses of of around 11 million Swiss francs (RM49.5 million) at the time, and while a loan of 16.8 million Swiss francs (RM75.5 million) from the canton of Geneva was approved, this was under the condition that the show had to run in 2021, with the first repayment to be made in June 2021. The organisers have not accepted the loan due to the initial cancellation of the 2021 show.

  • Mercedes-Benz EQA – electric SUV delayed to 2021?

    Mercedes-Benz was due to expand its EQ range of electric models at the end of the year with the unveiling of the EQA compact SUV. However, a new report from Autocar suggests that the car will be delayed for around six months due to various complications.

    The factors listed by the British publication include battery cell supply difficulties as well as disruptions brought about by the coronavirus pandemic. But a late switch in where the larger, boxier EQB will be built is also reported to be blamed for the postponement.

    Production was originally due to commence in Hambach, France, in place of the outgoing smart fortwo. However, Daimler is now in talks to sell the plant to chemicals company Ineos, which could build its Grenadier 4×4 there. As such, the EQB will apparently be moved to Rastatt, Germany, where the EQA is already slated to be built. This has put paid to Stuttgart’s plans of introducing the EQA this year, said Autocar.

    The development of the EQA was already complicated as is. It was previewed in 2018 as an A-Class-sized three-door hatchback, but last year, Mercedes confirmed that it would instead take the form of a small crossover, sharing its bones and much of its components with the new GLA.

    At least the car will (eventually) grow some fangs to make up for the wait. That’s because the same report states that Mercedes-AMG is building a performance version of the EQA. Word is that an Affalterbach two-motor all-wheel-drive model with an uprated rear motor will provide comparable performance to a GLA 45. As for the cooking EQA, expect it to come in single- and dual-motor variants.

    GALLERY: Mercedes-Benz EQA spyshots


  • Detroit Motor Show (NAIAS) moved to September 2021

    Motor shows are struggling to survive in the era of the coronavirus (no one passed the memo to Beijing though), and the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) – the traditional curtain raiser in the big motor show circuit – was among the ones to wave the white flag to Covid-19 earlier this year.

    The 2020 edition of NAIAS was supposed to be a new chapter for the show, with a mid-year slot in June instead of a wintery January, but as Covid-19 cases mounted, the show’s downtown venue (TCF Center) was instead used as a field hospital for coronavirus patients.

    The reason that organisers Detroit Auto Dealers Association moved the show from January to the summer was so it could offer outdoor events along the riverfront, including test drives, demonstrations of self-driving cars and other new tech, plus the Motor Bella, a pre-show street festival of English and Italian cars in downtown Detroit. All that will be carried forward to the 2021 show, they said then.

    And so it will, but NAIAS 2021 will no longer be in the summer. The new dates are from September 28 to October 9, but the indoor and outdoor plan remains.

    “We have talked with many of our partners, particularly the OEMs, and they are fully on board and excited about the date change. Our responsibility as an auto show is to host a global stage for current products as well as mobility innovations of tomorrow. September is an excellent time of year for new product, and at the same time, alleviates the challenges a now crowded spring auto show calendar presents for auto show stakeholders,” NAIAS executive director Rod Alberts said.

    Moving forward, NAIAS will remain a fall show, and dates have already been secured with TCF Center for the next three years, organisers say. They added that late September was chosen with the new IAA in Munich in mind. The German motor show is scheduled for the first full week of September.

    “Spreading out major auto shows is a win for everyone, particularly our partners. It gives auto companies an opportunity to give it their best at each and every show, which creates excitement for those who attend, too,” Alberts added.

    “With seasonable autumn temperatures and technology and experiential activations positioned throughout the city, show visitors will be able to enjoy fall in a walkable, vibrant Motor City while embracing the future of the industry right before their eyes,” said 2021 NAIAS chairman Doug North, who added that the Detroit event will include dynamic displays and experiential ride-and-drives. The NAIAS campus will include product and technology activations both inside TCF Center and throughout the Michigan city.

    NAIAS will continue to host seven shows in one: Motor Bella, The Gallery, Press Preview, AutoMobili-D, Industry Preview, Charity Preview and Public Show.

  • Mercedes-Benz G350d debuts in Malaysia – RM1 mil

    Aside from the X247 Mercedes-Benz GLB 200 and 250 4Matic and Mercedes-AMG GLB 35, Mercedes-Benz Malaysia (MBM) also introduced a new W464 G-Class variant today, in the form of the G 350 d. It’s the second current-gen Gelandewagen to be sold in the country following the Mercedes-AMG G 63, which made its local debut in November 2018.

    The G 350 d is powered by an OM656 3.0 litre inline-six cylinder turbodiesel with two-stage turbocharging and Camtronic variable valve timing. In terms of output, the mill offers 281 hp (286 PS) from 3,400 rpm to 4,600 rpm and 600 Nm from 1,200 rpm to 3,200 rpm.

    Power is sent to the wheels via a nine-speed 9G-Tronic torque converter automatic, with an all-wheel-drive system providing a 40:60 torque split. Performance figures include a 0-100 km/h time of 7.4 seconds and a top speed of 199 km/h.

    The G 350 d features a suspension with active damping adjustment, and active engine mounts are used in the diesel G-Wagen for the first time. These are set to a softer mode at speeds below five km/h, with the mounts automatically stiffening at higher engine speeds for improved vibrational comfort and driving dynamics.

    Driving modes are provided by Dynamic Select, with five drive modes providing different engine, transmission, suspension and steering behaviour to varying levels of sportiness.

    The local specifications for the G 350 d – which rides on 20-inch AMG multi-spoke light-alloy wheels – include an AMG Line exterior and AMG Night Package. The latter adds on the darkened treatment for indicators, reversing lamps and headlamps.

    The package also dresses up the radiator grille louvres, spare wheel ring and bumper trim elements in obsidian black. A Stainless Steel package is also included, comprised of running boards along the sides, door sills and load sills guard at the back in the said material.

    Other bits include a silver underguard and an exterior protective strip with a black pinstripe trim insert, as well as brake callipers with Mercedes-Benz lettering. Standard equipment includes Multibeam LED headlights, a sliding sunroof and a heated windscreen.

    Inside, you’ll find an Exclusive interior with the roof lining in black Dynamic, metal weave trim, red seat belts and leather on the upper and lower dashboard panels as well as red contrast top-stitching. Also on, a multi-function steering wheel dressed in Nappa leather, Comand Online and a Burmester surround sound audio system.

    As for safety and driver assist kit, the list is led by active braking assist, which provides autonomous emergency braking. There’s also Distronic active distance assist, parking assist with Parktronic and a parking package with reverse camera, among other things.

    The retail price of the fully-imported G 350 d starts from RM999,888 (on-the-road without insurance), which is considerably cheaper than the AMG G 63, which went for RM1,464,888 at point of its introduction in 2018.

  • G80 BMW M3, G82 M4 images leaked ahead of debut

    The gradual trickle feed of spy photos as well as official teaser images has given us a pretty good idea of what the soon-to-arrive 2021 BMW M3 and M4 sedan and coupe will look like, and it appears here that a few official pictures have leaked into public view from the CarsWithoutLimits Instagram feed, just ahead of the M Division duo’s debut.

    In addition to the latest grille design that takes after that of the G22 4 Series Coupe that was launched in June, the performance sedan and coupe are pictured here wearing their new respective hero colours, Isle of Man Green and Sao Paulo Yellow.

    In typial M3/M4 fashion, the frontal treatment of the sedan mimics that of the coupe, albeit with every so slightly more visual width for the latter. The M4 here is given the sportier look with gloss black alloys, while the M3 offers more conventional brightwork when seen in profile, from what appears to be a similar wheel design.

    At their rear ends, both get quad exhaust pipes housed in similar rear bumper diffuser assemblies, while the breather vent sculpting on the M4 reaches higher up the bodywork, and closer to the tail lamps. There isn’t any bootlid badging on the M3 save for the BMW roundel, though the coupe does wear what appears to be a blacked out M4 badge, which could denote the Competition variant that will debut at the models’ launch.

    Also seen here are darkened roofs on both cars pictured, which are likely to be the carbon-fibre roofs that have been a staple of M Division weight reduction and mass centralisation for a few model generations now.

    Previously confirmed is the S58 3.0 litre twin-turbo inline-six engine, that will output 480 PS in standard form, or 510 PS an 650 Nm of torque in the Competition variant. This higher-output version will be mated exclusively to an eight-speed automatic gearbox, while M xDrive all-wheel-drive with switchable RWD mode is to come later on in the lifecycle.

    As intimated previously, there will also be a six-speed manual for the purists, and this will come as standard on a base, rear-wheel-drive version of the M3 and M4. Further bodystyles to come will be the M4 Convertible that is set to arrive next year, followed by the first-ever production M3 Touring, which is slated to arrive in two years’ time. Meanwhile, stay tuned for the arrival of the 2021 BMW M3 and BMW M4 very soon.

    GALLERY: G80 BMW M3 in camouflage

    GALLERY: G82 BMW M4 in camouflage

  • Rikeguard window film launched in Malaysia – world’s first antiviral/antimicrobial solar film, priced fr RM4,000

    Jasa Sarjana and Riken Technos have launched the Rikeguard series of films, which they claim is the world’s first antimicrobial solar and security window film. How does it work, you ask?

    Well, the film uses a proprietary, positively charged antiviral agent that attracts negatively charged viruses and bacteria. The companies claim that the Rikeguard film’s antiviral agent is able to disintegrate the “protective casing” of the microbes, thus neutralising them upon contact.

    A Japanese organisation that specialises in manufacturing and testing antiviral/antibacterial agents, Society of International Sustaining Growth for Antimicrobial Articles (SIAA), has even certified that Rikeguard possesses 99.99% effectiveness against viruses and bacteria. Apparently, this is 100 times more effective than the base SIAA requirements, thus meeting the highest international standards.

    In Japan, the Rikeguard films (particularly the Rivex Rikeguard variant) are used by Coca-Cola Japan for its 30,000 vending machines. Japan Rail also uses Rivex on key consumer touchpoints, such as its ticketing machines, touchscreen monitors, tablet devices, and information display screens.

    For those considering this brand of window film, Jasa Sarjana said the Rivex Rikeguard series of films will be available in Malaysia from October 2020. The installation cost starts from RM4,000 for passenger vehicles. The films are manufactured in Japan, and the antimicrobial properties are said to work throughout the warranty period.

  • Proton X50 fuel consumption figures revealed – FC is 6.4L/100 km for 1.5 TGDi, 6.5L/100 km for 1.5T

    Here’s some additional info on the Proton X50. The carmaker has released fuel consumption figures for the soon-to-be-launched model, which will be available here with two engines – a 1.5 litre turbocharged and direct-injected three-cylinder engine (1.5 TGDi) and a port-injected version of the turbo triple (1.5T).

    Shown on a slide at the City Preview event of the X50 for invited guests, the Proton X50’s claimed fuel consumption figures are 6.4 litres per 100 km (15.6 km/l) for 1.5 TGDi Flagship and 6.5 litres per 100 km (15.4 km/l) for the non-direct-injection 1.5T engine that powers the three other variants – Standard, Executive and Premium.

    No mention of the cycle used for the claimed FC, but it should be a combined cycle similar to the X70’s Malaysia Automotive, Robotics and IoT Institute (MARii) EEV-rated figure of 7.6 litres per 100 km (13.2 km/l). The larger and heavier CKD X70 is powered by a 1.8 litre TGDi engine, so it makes sense that the X50 is more fuel efficient.

    The event also saw Proton confirm the power and torque figures we published last week, which is 150 PS/226 Nm for the port-injected 1.5T and 177 PS/255 Nm for the direct-injection 1.5 TGDi Flagship. Both engines send drive to the front wheels through a seven-speed wet dual-clutch transmission also seen in the CKD X70.

    We’ve already covered the X50 extensively from the media preview that happened last week, and you can check it out here. Below are the spec-by-spec differences that we know so far. Bear in mind though that the images you see here are of the top Flagship variant – Proton has yet to reveal the other variants in the metal.

    2020 Proton X50 1.5T Standard
    Gets as standard:

    • 1.5 litre turbocharged three-cylinder MPI engine
    • Around 150 PS and 226 Nm of torque
    • Seven-speed (wet) dual-clutch automatic transmission with manual mode (no paddle shifters)
    • Four airbags (front and side)
    • LED headlamps and DRLs
    • 17-inch alloy wheels
    • Quad exhaust pipes
    • Full carbon fibre-print bodykit
    • Fabric seats
    • Rear air con vents
    • Digital instrument cluster
    • Eight-inch touchscreen infotainment unit
    • Reverse camera
    • Electronic parking brake with auto brake hold

    2020 Proton X50 1.5T Executive
    Adds on:

    • Six airbags (front, side, curtain)
    • Leather-wrapped steering wheel
    • Automatic headlamps
    • Front fog lamps
    • Leatherette seats

    2020 Proton X50 1.5T Premium
    Adds on:

    • Tyre pressure monitoring system
    • 18-inch alloy wheels with red brake callipers
    • Powered driver’s seat
    • 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment unit
    • 360-degree camera

    2020 Proton X50 1.5 TGDi Flagship
    Adds on:

    • 1.5 litre turbocharged direct injection three-cylinder engine
    • 177 PS and 255 Nm of torque
    • Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS)
    • Dual-tone exterior (black roof and pillars)
    • Panoramic sunroof

    GALLERY: 2020 Proton X50 1.5 TGDi Flagship

    GALLERY: 2020 Proton X50 colour options

    GALLERY: 2020 Proton X50 official images

  • X247 Mercedes-AMG GLB35 4Matic officially launched in Malaysia – 306 PS; 0-100 km/h in 5.2s; from RM363k

    The launch of the X247 Mercedes-Benz GLB range in Malaysia also saw the introduction of an AMG variant, which is the Mercedes-AMG GLB 35 4Matic. Priced at RM363,137 on-the-road without insurance and factoring in the current sales tax relief, this is the most powerful version of the GLB you can buy, but there is a catch.

    Unlike the GLB 200 and GLB 250, the GLB 35 does not come with third-row seating, so the maximum number of occupants is five instead of seven. So, if you absolutely must have seven seats in your GLB, look to the non-AMG variants instead.

    If power is more of a concern over seating, you’ll be glad to know that the GLB 35 delivers 306 PS (302 hp) from 5,800 to 6,100 rpm and 400 Nm of torque from 3,000 to 4,000 rpm. This comes from an uprated M260 2.0 litre four-cylinder, which is mated to a eight-speed AMG Speedshift DCT dual-clutch transmission – like in the new A 45 S – and an AMG Performance 4Matic all-wheel drive system.

    Performance-wise, the SUV will sprint from a rest to 100 km/h in just 5.2 seconds and hit an electronically limited top speed of 250 km/h. The GLB 35 also comes with AMG Ride Control adaptive suspension and 20-inch AMG five-twin-spoke light-alloy wheels as standard.

    Stopping power comes from all-round ventilated and perforated brake discs, with those at the front measuring 350 mm and gripped by four-piston fixed calipers, while the rear gets 330 mm discs and single-piston floating calipers.

    The higher price point also nets you Multibeam LED headlamps with Adaptive Highbeam Assist Plus, which aren’t present on the other GLB variants. An AMG Line exterior package is standard too, with the GLB 35 sporting a Panamericana front grille and round exhaust tips to differentiate itself as a performance model.

    Moving inside, the GLB 35 shares some items with the GLB 250, including a Nappa leather steering wheel, carbon-structure trim, Artico leather/Dinamica microfibre upholstery (with red topstitching), AMG floor mats and sports seats, but with the addition of designo red seat belts.

    The standard list of equipment consists of the Mercedes-Benz User Experience (MBUX) system with two 10.25-inch screens and AMG-specific displays, Thermotronic dual-zone climate control with rear vents, powered front seats with memory function, ambient lighting, LTE module for Mercedes me connected services, support for Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, along with a Burmester surround sound system.

    On the safety and assistance front, you get a reverse camera, blind spot assist, remote engine start, Active Parking Assist with Parktronic, Pre-Safe, active brake assist, hands-free access, Keyless-Go, a tyre pressure monitoring system and Easy-Pack tailgate. One feature that isn’t present on the non-AMG GLBs, but is found on the GLB 35, is active lane keeping assist.

    Find full specifications of the Mercedes-AMG GLB 35 4Matic at

  • X247 Mercedes-Benz GLB SUV launched in Malaysia – seven-seat GLB200, GLB250 4Matic; from RM269k

    The X247 Mercedes-Benz GLB has finally made its launch debut in Malaysia, with the model joining the local compact car range that includes the A-Class, A-Class Sedan, CLA and B-Class. The GLB, which is built on the MFA2 (Modular Front Architecture) architecture, was first revealed globally back in June last year to occupy the space between the GLA and GLC in the company’s SUV line-up.

    For our market, the GLB comes in two seven-seat variants – the GLB 200 Progressive Line and GLB 250 4Matic AMG Line – with a third option being an AMG model in the form of the GLB 35 4Matic, which we covered in a separate post.

    Pricing-wise, the GLB 200 retails at RM269,118, while the GLB 250 goes for RM318,009. These prices are on-the-road without insurance and take into account the current sales tax relief that is ongoing until the end of the year. By comparison, the GLC range currently starts from RM286,379 for the base GLC 200, while the GLC 300 is RM333,157. A four-year, unlimited-mileage warranty is included in the purchase price.

    So, why would you pick the GLB over the GLC? Well, aside from the slightly lower prices, the GLB provides seating for up to seven people (spread across three rows) unlike the five-seat GLC, so it provides an alternative to those who need to ferry more people but don’t want to splurge on a GLE or GLS, which are also seven-seaters.

    Despite being parked under the compact car range, the GLB is a rather sizeable vehicle. At 4,634 mm long, 1,834 mm wide, 1,663 mm tall, and with a 2,829 mm wheelbase, the GLB is closer to the GLC in terms of size. For comparison, the GLC is 4,656 mm long, 1,890 mm wide, 1,639 mm tall and has a 2,873 mm wheelbase.

    The overall design emphasises practicality, with a boxy design that features a rather flat roofline leading to a large tailgate around back. Others cues include an upright front-end with rectangular-shaped headlamps and a six-point grille, the former being different from the sleek designs found on the GLB’s stablemates. Also distinct is the slight kink on the window line, which isn’t evident on the current GLA, GLC, GLE or GLS.

    The GLB 200 comes with the Progressive Line trim package, which includes a dual-slat front grille and skid plate at front, along with chrome side door mouldings and surround for the dual exhaust finishers. Meanwhile, the GLB 250 gets the AMG Line treatment, adopting a more aggressive front bumper with faux side inlets and a wider lower intake.

    Like the GLB 200, it too gets chrome applications on the sides and back, but the grille at the front is a single-slat unit with the brand’s well-known diamond-pinned insert, while the rear apron sports a prominent diffuser element.

    Both variants get LED High Performance headlamps and aluminium roof rails as standard, but with differing alloy wheel sets – 18-inch five-spokes for the GLB 200 and 19-inch AMG five-twin-spokes for the GLB 250. The colour palette consists of eight options, including Polar White, Iridium Silver, Denim Blue, Galaxy Blue, Digital White, Cosmos Black, Mountain Grey and designo Patagonia Red.

    On the inside, the GLB’s dashboard adopts a similar layout to other Mercedes-Benz compact cars, with circular air vents and the Mercedes-Benz User Experience (MBUX) system prominently displayed. The latter consists of two 10.25-inch displays, and can be controlled via the central touchscreen, steering wheel controls, touchpad or voice recognition.

    This is standard on the GLB 200 and GLB 250, as is an LTE module that enables Mercedes me connected services, support for Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, powered front seats with memory function, a powered tailgate, along with Thermotronic dual-zone climate control with rear vents.

    As for safety and assistance items, both variants come with a reverse camera, Active Parking Assist with Parktronic, Pre-Safe, active brake assist, hands-free access, Keyless-Go, a tyre pressure monitoring system and Easy-Pack tailgate.

    Variant-specific kit on the GLB 200 includes spiral-look trim elements, a leather steering wheel, comfort seats, velour floor mats and black Artico man-made leather upholstery. The GLB 250 naturally gets more goodies, including carbon-structure trim, a Nappa leather steering wheel, sports seats, Artico leather/Dinamica microfibre upholstery (with red topstitching), ambient lighting, AMG floor mats, blind spot assist and a remote engine start function.

    Under the bonnet, the front-wheel drive GLB 200 is powered by a M282 engine that is also used in the A 200. The 1.33 litre turbocharged four-cylinder pushes out 163 PS (161 hp) at 5,500 rpm and 250 Nm of torque from 1,620 to 4,000 rpm, with a 7G-DCT seven-speed wet dual-clutch transmission mated to it. In this configuration, the zero to 100 km/h time is 9.1 seconds, while the top speed is 207 km/h.

    The GLB 250 gets a more powerful M260 2.0 litre turbo-four – also fitted to the A 250 – with 224 PS (221 hp) at 5,500 rpm and 350 Nm from 1,800 to 4,000 rpm. This is paired with an 8G-DCT eight-speed dual-clutch and the brand’s 4Matic all-wheel drive system, enabling a century sprint time of 6.9 seconds and 236 km/h top speed.

    Comfort suspension is standard on both variants, but the GLB 250 gets the Off-Road Engineering package, which adds an additional drive mode to the Dynamic Select system, along with a Downhill Speed Regulation (DSR) function and special displays in the digital instrument cluster.

    Find full specifications of the Mercedes-Benz GLB at

    X247 Mercedes-Benz GLB 250 4Matic AMG Line

    X247 Mercedes-Benz GLB 200 Progressive Line

  • Tesla has a shot at ‘record quarter’, says Elon Musk

    As the third quarter draws near to a close, Tesla CEO Elon Musk is urging employees to consider vehicle deliveries to be their “absolute top priority.” Musk did so via an email titled “All hands on deck!,” a move he typically pulls towards the end of every quarter.

    In the email, Musk said “we have a shot at a record quarter for vehicle deliveries, but will have to rally hard to achieve it. This is the most number of vehicles per day that we’ve ever had to deliver.”

    “It’s also extremely important that we keep factory output as high as possible over the remaining 10 days. This is vital for the California market,” the 49-year-old added. Tesla’s highest ever quarterly sales record was 112,000 units, a feat it achieved in the fourth quarter of 2019, right before the coronavirus pandemic ground things to a halt.

    Tesla hopes to deliver 500,000 vehicles globally in 2020. For the first half of the year, it only managed to sell roughly 179,000 cars, which is less than half of the 367,200 units it sold in 1H 2019.

    Currently, the automaker produces the Model S, X, 3 and Y at its factory in Fremont, California. It also produces the Model 3 at the new Gigafactory in Shanghai, which are shipped to other countries in Asia. Meanwhile, production in Europe is scheduled to begin in the fourth quarter of the year.


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