• Aug 1, 2007
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The Bentley Continental GT Speed is the most serious piece of hardware ever built by the boys and girls from Crewe, England. 600bhp. 202mph top speed (the first Bentley to pass 200mph). 0-60mph in 4.3 seconds. The numbers speak for themselves. Based on the 2008 Continental GT, which itself received upgrades for the new model year, the Continental GT Speed boasts subtle tweaks to its exterior including a wider, more aggressive front air intake and a grille that's more upright to force additional cubic feet of atmosphere into the twin-turbo W12 engine. Lighter weight engine components and a revised computer also help account for the 9% bump in power over the standard GT's 552bhp. The GT Speed also rides lower than the "standard" Continental GT and rests atop a set of barely there 20-inch wheels that offer an unencumbered view of the optional carbon ceramic brakes. The interior is typical Bentley posh, and we also noticed a new steering wheel that replaces the old one borrowed from VW. There's really not much else to say except we want one really, really bad.

Check out the Bentley Continental GT Speed gallery below full of 24 gorgeous, high-res pics that would look right at home as your desktop wallpaper. The official details from Bentley can also be found after the jump.

[Source: Bentley]



PRESS RELEASE:

New 600bhp Continental GT Speed extends the worldwide appeal of Bentley's iconic GT coupe

- The most powerful production Bentley ever and the first to top
200mph.

- Inspired by Bentley's legendary "Speed" models of the1920s.

- A harder-edged, more sporting Bentley driving experience.

- Builds on the success of Bentley's iconic Continental GT coupe.

Introduction
The Continental GT Speed is the most powerful production Bentley ever and the first
to top 200mph (322km/h). A potent addition to the company's highly successful
Continental series, the GT Speed extends the appeal of the Continental GT coupe to
driving enthusiasts who place a high value on outright performance and agile handling.

The exterior style of the new Continental GT and GT Speed models is defined by a
wider, lower air intake and more upright radiator grille that also provide increased
airflow to the more powerful GT Speed. Its 600bhp (610PS) W12 engine develops 15
percent more torque and 9 percent more power than the standard Continental GT.
Engine efficiency is optimised by the use of lower friction and lighter-weight components
and a new engine management system. The resultant performance is exceptional, with a
top speed of 202mph (326km/h), a zero to 60mph sprint time of just 4.3 seconds (0-
100km/h in 4.5s) and effortless overtaking capability.

Complementing the Continental GT Speed's high performance is its unique chassis tune
that delivers tauter handling and improved agility, with new, wider 9.5J 20-inch wheels
and bespoke Pirelli performance tyres as standard fitment. Fade-resistant carbon
ceramic brakes are available as an option. Subtle design touches, including a dark-tinted
front grille and larger sports tailpipes, reinforce the sporting character of the
Continental GT Speed.

Inspiration for the GT Speed came from the legendary 'Speed' models that first
appeared in 1923. The standard Bentley 3-litre had already established Bentley's
engineering superiority in terms of roadholding, handling and braking, but W.O. Bentley,
the company's founder, recognised the market potential for a more potent version
aimed at the enthusiast driver who demanded superior performance. His response, the
3-litre 'Speed Model', complete with twin SU carburettors and a higher compression
ratio engine, became one of the most coveted of all Bentleys.

Both the GT Speed and the 552bhp (560PS) Continental GT benefit from internal
efficiency improvements to deliver reduced fuel consumption and CO2 emissions. The
Continental GT remains outstandingly quick – its top speed is unchanged at 198mph
(318km/h) and it sprints from 0-60mph in 4.6 seconds (0-100km/h in 4.8s).

The all-wheel drive Continental GT changed the face of the luxury coupe market and
attracted a wider audience to the Bentley marque. It also represented the first step in
Bentley's renaissance, positioning the company at the pinnacle of both technology and
consumer aspiration. Since its launch, demand for a sportier version of the Continental
GT was met by the successful introduction of the 2005 GT Mulliner Driving
Specification and the limited edition GT Diamond Series in 2006, to celebrate 60 years
of Bentley at Crewe. Now, with the launch of the Continental GT Speed, customers will
enjoy even greater choice. Bentley Chairman and Chief Executive Dr Franz Josef-
Paefgen welcomes the expansion of the Continental GT model offering:

"The Continental GT is a highly successful, modern-day Bentley icon. The new GT
Speed, with its harder-edged character and sportier driving experience, builds on this
success."

New Continental GT Series – News in Brief
Continental GT Speed
- The most powerful Bentley production car ever, its highly efficient W12
engine delivers 600bhp (610PS/449kW) and 553lb ft (750Nm); a 9 percent
increase in power and 15 percent increase in torque.
- Top speed of 202mph (326km/h).
- 0-60mph time of 4.3 seconds (0-100km/h in 4.5s).
- 0-100mph in 10.3 seconds (0-160km/h in 10.2s).
- Effortless overtaking performance: 50-70mph in just 2.3 seconds (80-
120km/h in 3.0s).
- CO2 emissions reduced by 3.5 percent to 396 g/km, with a similar reduction
in fuel consumption as a result of improved engine efficiency.
- Harder-edged, more sporting Bentley driving experience through enhanced
chassis:
  • Lowered ride height, uprated spring/damper settings and uprated anti-roll bars means improved agility and body control.
  • New levels of roadholding thanks to superior grip from unique 9.5Jx20 wheels with bespoke Pirelli P-Zero performance tyres.
  • Improved steering response achieved through retuned speed-sensitive Servotronic system, solid-mounted front subframe and stiffer rear bushings.
- "Dynamic" mode introduced on the uprated Bosch 8.1 ESP system with
more progressive intervention to cater for the more spirited driver.
- Subtle styling modifications distinguish the Continental GT Speed from the
Continental GT:
  • Front grille and lower air intakes in dark-tinted chrome matrix.
  • Wider rifled sports exhaust tail pipes.
  • Mulliner Driving Specification interior includes drilled alloy sport foot-pedals, knurled chrome/hide gearlever, Diamond quilted hide to seat facings, doors and rear quarter panels. (This specification is available as an option on the Continental GT.)
Continental GT
- Power output of the standard W12 engine remains at 552bhp (560PS) but
benefits from internal efficiency improvements for a reduction in C02
emissions of 3.5 percent to 396 g/km, with a similar reduction in fuel
consumption.
- Top speed is unchanged at 198mph (318km/h), with a 0-60mph time of 4.6
seconds (0-100km/h in 4.8s).
- Improved ride and comfort thanks to addition of new low-friction dampers.
- In combination with the all-wheel drive system, the uprated ESP 8.1 with new
"Sport Traction" mode ensures superb traction, without being intrusive.
- Distinctive, classic Bentley 'B' brake pedal.

Both models
- 35kg (77lb) reduction in kerb weight due primarily to optimisation of
suspension and cooling system components.
- Increased use of aluminium parts in suspension benefits steering feel and
rolling comfort.
- Revised Servotronic power steering gives improved feel and feedback
- Optional fade-resistant carbon ceramic brakes provide improved brake feel
(only available on 20-inch wheels, discs will last lifetime of car and pad life is doubled in normal driving
conditions).
- New, more upright front grille and larger lower air intakes give improved
airflow, to aid engine cooling.
- Chromed headlamp bezels.
- Two new exterior paint colours (Cumbrian Green and Granite).
- Two new leather hide colours (Newmarket Tan and Cumbrian Green).
- The new Continental GT and GT Speed are available to order from August
2007.

Engine enhancements for all Continental GT models
At the heart of both Continental GT models is the Bentley 6-litre, twin turbocharged
W12 engine, the most compact 12-cylinder engine in production. The 48-valve head
employs four camshafts and continually variable valve-timing. Power is transmitted via a
ZF six-speed automatic transmission.

A host of engine and transmission enhancements have been introduced on the 552bhp
(560PS) Continental GT to enhance both the refinement and efficiency of this high
technology powertrain. These include:
  • New crankcase design to reduce internal losses.
  • More efficient catalyst and exhaust system for improved emissions.
  • Lighter weight single chain drive for camshaft.
  • New engine management system and faster response cam sensor.
For the Continental GT, the engine continues to produce 552bhp (560PS / 412kW) at
6100 rev/min and a maximum torque of 650Nm (479lb ft) from1600 rev/min. The twin,
low-inertia turbochargers are a key factor in producing the flat torque curve,
characteristic of every Bentley.

A new higher output of the W12 engine is specified for the GT Speed, sharing engine
efficiency improvements with the GT model. New lighter weight con rods enhance
engine response, while new pistons, with anodised compression ring grooves, are
designed to withstand increased cylinder pressures. Together with a recalibrated
version of the new engine management system , the new GT Speed develops nine
percent more power than the GT - 600bhp (610PS) at 6000 rev/min. The maximum
torque of 750Nm (553lb ft) at 1750 rev/min represents an increase of over 15 percent
versus the standard engine. As a result, the GT Speed becomes the first production
Bentley to top 200mph (322km/h), with a V-max of 202mph (326km/h).

Both the Continental GT Speed and Continental GT models now produce lower CO2
emissions of 396g/km, down from 410g/km, an improvement of 3.5 percent. At the
same time, fuel consumption is improved by a similar amount.

Brian Gush, Director, Chassis and Powertrain says the two new models offer something
for every Bentley enthusiast:

"The Continental GT will continue to be the benchmark for the luxury coupe class,
offering an unrivalled blend of performance and refinement. The new Continental GT
Speed is a true driver's car with immense power and superb handling."

The advanced ZF 6HP26 six-speed automatic gearbox has the ability to lock up its
torque converter during normal driving conditions replicating the immediacy of a manual
transmission while maintaining the smoothness of an automatic. A manual override
function allows clutchless manual changes via the gearlever or steering wheel paddles.

Providing huge levels of grip and stability in all weather conditions, the all-wheel drive
system harnesses the prodigious power and torque of both the Continental GT and GT
Speed coupes. The system uses a central Torsen differential and a differential on both
the front and rear axles providing a standard 50:50 torque split. This front to rear ratio
is variable depending on the available grip and the system can sense slip of less than one
percent and react by apportioning the engine's torque to either the front or rear axle.

The advanced electronic stability programme (ESP) has been uprated to ESP 8.1 for
both models. The Continental GT has a new "Sport Traction" mode that
moderates ESP intervention at low speeds, providing a greater degree of driver
interaction and control. This is particularly beneficial from standing starts, for example
when pulling away uphill on low traction surfaces.

The Continental GT Speed offers a new 'Dynamic Mode' that allows increased wheel
slip at higher speeds than the 'Sport Traction' mode on the standard chassis. Torque is
reinstated more quickly after the traction control system is triggered, giving the spirited
driver a greater sense of control and the ability to exploit the full potential of the new
engine.

Highly tuned suspension for outstanding handling
Chassis, suspension and steering modifications for both the Continental GT and GT
Speed models ensure they have the handling to match their formidable powertrains.
Both are suspended on double wishbones at the front and a trapezoidal multi-link
system at the rear. Much of the suspension is made from lightweight aluminium. The GT
Speed model also benefits from a solid-mounted front subframe, while high-stiffness
aluminium front uprights (which are common to both models). Together with stiffer
rear suspension bushes these deliver even sharper handling characteristics. The GT
Speed also features modified front and rear anti-roll bars to minimise understeer and
optimise handling balance.

Self-levelling air suspension that constantly monitors and adjusts the ride height and
damping according to road conditions is common to both models, although the GT
Speed is engineered to sit 10mm lower at the front and 15mm lower at the rear to
improve handling dynamics. Uprated springs and dampers, together with revised
software control, further improve the agility and body control of the GT Speed.

All-new 9.5Jx20-inch alloy wheels with bespoke Pirelli P-Zero tyres have a major effect
on the GT Speed's steering and grip levels. The wider wheel and reduced tyre wall
profile improve the tyre's lateral stiffness giving noticeably sharper steering response
and feel. The new Pirelli performance tyres are developed specifically for the GT Speed
and benefit from a unique construction and rubber compound for enhanced levels of
grip.

Both the Continental GT and GT Speed benefit from changes to the rack and pinion
steering. Revisions to the system's hydraulics reduce friction and improve steering feel,
while a new version of the speed-sensitive Servotronic system also increases levels of
feedback to the driver.

Secondary ride levels – the response of the car to poor road surfaces, pot holes or cats'
eyes, for example – have been improved on the 552bhp Continental GT model with the
addition of low friction dampers. And even though the new GT Speed has stiffer,
lowered suspension its ride quality is on a par with the 2007 Continental GT.

The Continental GT and GT Speed are both equipped with the largest brakes of any
production passenger car on sale today. The ventilated front discs have a 405mm
diameter and are 36mm thick. Ventilated discs are also used at the back, with a diameter
of 335mm and a thickness of 22mm.

For both models, the performance boundaries are further extended by Bentley's
optional carbon/silicon carbide brake system. Boasting 420 x 40mm carbon-silicon
carbide, cross-drilled front discs and 356 x 28mm rears, with eight-piston callipers, the
new brakes are even larger than the standard system. The system provides a 20kg
reduction in rotating and unsprung mass, benefiting steering response and handling.

The lightweight, fade-resistant braking system minimises disc distortion under high
thermal conditions. Under normal driving conditions the brake discs will last the lifetime
of the car. Furthermore, brake pad life is doubled compared with the standard braking
system.

Complementing the braking systems of both Continental GT models are sophisticated
safety systems, including Hydraulic Braking Assistance (HBA), anti-lock braking (ABS),
drag torque control (MSR) and Electronic Brakeforce Distribution (EBD). The latter
monitors the level of grip available to each tyre and apportions braking force
accordingly. This not only helps reduce stopping distances but also greatly enhances the
control enjoyed by the driver under heavy braking.

Subtle changes to acclaimed coupe design
The Continental GT has received many accolades for its distinctive, muscular and
elegant style. It has redefined the concept of the contemporary Grand Touring coupe:
forward looking yet faithful to Bentley's design heritage. Classic sculpted coupe design
cues such as curvaceous rear haunches, short front overhang, prominent front grille and
longer rear overhang echo the look and feel of some of the great Bentleys of yesteryear.
The style of the GT has stimulated customer interest like no other Bentley to create a
modern-day design icon. For the latest iteration of the Continental GT success story,
the enhancements of the car's exterior are therefore intentionally subtle, as Director of
Design, Dirk van Braeckel explains:

"Our objective was to convey the performance potential of the new GT Speed model,
while retaining all the design cues so valued by our customers."

The principal changes to the frontal appearance are common to both the GT and the
new GT Speed. The subtly revised front grille, now more vertical, has a more
pronounced square edge accentuating the GT's distinctive Bentley profile. Beneath the
grille, the all-new lower bumper design features a wider central air intake that
emphasises the sporting stance of the new models. Chromed bezels around the
headlamps complement the new frontal design.

The Continental GT Speed is distinguished from the Continental GT by its dark-tinted
chrome matrix grille to the main and lower air intakes. Bright chromed grilles may be
specified at no extra cost. At the rear, a black lower bumper valance and wider, rifled
exhaust tailpipes emphasise the GT Speed's sporting character, reinforced by new multi-
spoke 20-inch sports alloy wheels. As an option, these may be specified with a dark
chromed finish.

The GT Speed's cabin is based on that of the Mulliner Driving Specification (a cost
option on the standard GT). It includes a choice of veneers (Burr Walnut, Dark Stained
Burr Walnut and Piano Black), Diamond-quilted hide seats with embroidered Bentley
emblem, indented hide headlining, a sports alloy gearlever, three-spoke multi-function
sports steering wheel, drilled alloy foot-pedals as well as 'Speed' logos to the
treadplates.

A range of Mulliner options provide further opportunities for personalisation including
fascia panels, header and centre console in bright aluminium or, unique to the GT
Speed, dark tint aluminium (compatible only with Dark Stained Burr Walnut veneer or
Piano Black veneer and single tone interior colour scheme). The Continental GT also
benefits from a new Bentley 'B' brake pedal.

Continental GT and GT Speed customers have a choice of 16 'standard' paint colours
and 17 premium grade leather hide colours, including two new exterior paint colours
(Cumbrian Green and Granite) and two new interior leather hide colours (Newmarket
Tan and Cumbrian Green). Customers also have the option to select from the Arnage
colour palette or choose Bentley's colour-matching programme to produce a bespoke
colour of their choice.

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION

MODEL TYPE: Two-door pillarless coupe

ENGINE
Type 12-cylinder, 6-litre twin-turbocharged engine
Installation Front, longitudinal, all-wheel drive
Construction Alloy heads and block
Bore/stroke 84 x 90.2mm
Capacity 5998cc
Compression ratio 9.0:1
Valve gear Chain-driven DOHC per bank, 4 valves per cylinder,
cam phased inlet and outlet
Power GT Speed: 600bhp/610PS/449kW @ 6000rev/min
GT: 552bhp/560PS/412kW @ 6100rev/min

Torque GT Speed: 553lb ft/750Nm @ 1750rev/min
GT: 479lb ft/650Nm @1600rev/min
Fuel 98 (95) RON

TRANSMISSION
Type Continuous all-wheel drive
Gearbox ZF 6-speed automatic
Ratios 1st: 4.17
2nd: 2.34
3rd: 1.52
4th: 1.14
5th: 0.87
6th: 0.69
Final drive: 3.526
PERFORMANCE
Top speed GT Speed: 202mph (326km/h)
GT: 198mph (318km/h)

0-60mph (0-100km/h) GT Speed: 4.3 seconds (4.5 seconds)
GT: 4.6 seconds (4.8 seconds)

0-100mph (0-160km/h) GT Speed: 10.3 seconds (10.2 seconds)
GT: 11.1 seconds (11.1 seconds)

30-50mph (50-80km/h) GT Speed: 1.7 seconds (1.7 seconds)
GT: 1.8 seconds (1.8 seconds)

50-70mph (80-120km/h) GT Speed: 2.3 seconds (3.0 seconds)
GT: 2.5 seconds (3.2 seconds)

SUSPENSION
Front Four-link double wishbones, computer-controlled
self-levelling air suspension, anti-roll bar
Rear Trapezoidal multi-link, computer-controlled self-
levelling air suspension, anti-roll bar

STEERING
Type Rack & pinion, power-assisted, speed-sensitive
Turns lock to lock 2.7
Turning circle (kerb to kerb) 11.2m (36' 9")

BRAKES
Front 405mm ventilated discs (optional 420mm carbon/
silicon carbide, cross-drilled discs)
Rear 335mm ventilated discs (optional 356mm carbon/
silicon carbide, cross-drilled discs)
Anti lock Standard with Electronic Stability Programme (ESP)

BODY & CHASSIS
Construction Steel monocoque
Length 4804mm (189.13in)
Width (inc. mirrors) 2102mm (82.76in)
Weight 2350kg (5180lb)
Height GT Speed: 1380mm (54.33in)
GT: 1390mm (54.72in)
Wheelbase 2745mm (108.07in)
Front track 1623mm (63.9in)
Rear track 1607mm (63.27in)
Wheels GT Speed: 9.5J 20-inch Alloy
GT: 9.0J 19-inch Alloy
(optional 9.0J 20-inch Alloy)

Tyres GT Speed 275/35x20 bespoke Pirelli P-Zero
GT 275/40x19 Pirelli P-Zero Rosso
(optional 275/30x20 Pirelli P-Zero Rosso)
Luggage volume 370 litres (13.1 cu.ft.)
Fuel tank capacity 90 litres (19.8 gallons/23.8 US gallons)

INTERIOR DIMENSIONS
Front legroom 1075mm (42.32in)
Rear legroom 766mm (30.16in)

FUEL CONSUMPTION/EMISSIONS
Fuel consumption Urban: 11.2mpg (25.3 litres/100km)
Extra Urban: 24.3mpg (11.6 litres/100km)
Combined: 17.0mpg (16.6 litres/100km)
Carbon dioxide emissions 396g/km
Emission controls EU 1V and US LEV II
EPA Drive Cycle City Driving: 10.0mpg (US)
Highway Driving: 17.0mpg (US)

CONTINENTAL GT FEATURE SPECIFICATIONS

EXTERIOR FEATURES Bright chromed grille
Twin oval stainless steel tail pipes

INTERIOR FEATURES Single tone,hide-trimmed multi-function
steering wheel in a 4-spoke design
Footpedal with Bentley 'B' emblem
Hide and chrome trimmed gear lever with
manual shift change facility

CONTINENTAL GT SPEED FEATURE SPECIFICATIONS

EXTERIOR FEATURES Dark chromed radiator and lower grille
Twin rifled oval stainless steel sports tail pipes
Lowered sports suspension
Painted black finish to engine cover

INTERIOR FEATURES Unique treadplates bearing model name
Diamond quilted hide to seat facings, doors
and rear quarter panels
Embroidered Bentley emblem to seat facings
Indented hide headlining
Single-tone,hide-trimmed multi-function
steering wheel in a 3-spoke sports design with
silver switch surround
Sporting gear lever finished in knurled chrome and hide
Drilled alloy sport foot-pedals

THE MULLINER DRIVING SPECIFICATION
(STANDARD ON CONTINENTAL GT SPEED, OPTIONAL ON CONTINENTAL GT)

THIS PACKAGE INCLUDES:
• Choice of veneers - Burr Walnut, Dark Stained Burr Walnut,
Piano Black (additional veneers available at extra cost)
• Drilled alloy sport foot-pedals
• Sporting gear lever finished in knurled chrome and hide
• Diamond quilted hide to seat facings,doors and rear quarter panels
• Embroidered Bentley emblem to seat facings
• Indented hide headlining
• 20'' 2-piece alloy sports wheels (Continental GT only)
• 20'' multi-spoke alloy wheels in painted finish (Continental GT Speed only)


THE FOLLOWING MULLINER FEATURES ARE AVAILABLE SEPARATELY FOR BOTH
MODELS:
• Mulliner alloy fuel filler cap
• Exterior paint match service to customer specification
• Exterior paint colour from Arnage range
• Contrast stitching to seats and door panels
• Cross-stitching to seats and door panels (in contrast)
• Embossed 'BENTLEY' to seat facings
• Choice of premium veneers – Chestnut and Olive Ash
• Fascia panels available in bright or dark tint* aluminium
• Fascia panels, header and centre console in bright or dark tint aluminium*
• 4-spoke wood and hide-trimmed multi-function steering wheel
(choice of veneers - Burr Walnut, Chestnut, Dark Stained Burr Walnut,
Madrona, Piano Black)
• Lambswool rugs to front footwells (matched to carpet)
• Deep-pile carpet mats with hide trimming to front and rear footwells
(matched to carpet)
• Boot carpet to match interior carpet

*Available on Continental GT Speed only


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      • 7 Years Ago
      You know the car is heavy when it does 202 mph and can't even get under 4 seconds for the 0-60.
        • 7 Years Ago
        Actually, that's how you know its pulling some seriously tall gearing. Although I'm not sure that anything else would help matters - it is a heavy car, and that 0-60 time may well be traction-limited right now more than anything else. And if that's the case, all the gearing in the world won't help.
      • 7 Years Ago
      I'll take one. The GT is a very handsome car. Although I soagree with coffee jones though. The same goes for Ferrari's and many other exotics. They tend to severely breakdown 25,000 to 50,000 mile range. But when you can afford to buy one of those cars, you usually can afford to keep up with the running costs. All in the charm of owning of these exotics I guess.
      • 7 Years Ago
      If I didn't feel bad enough about being being poor today...
      • 7 Years Ago
      Now that's a car!
      • 7 Years Ago
      I suppose this is to balance out the class leading fuel efficiency of the new Porsche Cayenne Hybrid??
      • 7 Years Ago
      Woah, that's faster than a Porsche Cayman S! But then again, since Porsche AG purposely crippled the Cayman, just about everything is faster than a Porsche nowadays.
      • 7 Years Ago
      Well, Autocar UK clocked (with GPS) a Flying Spur (same engine) at 208 mph at Nardo, with three or four people aboard, they've also have the video on thier site

      So, given the circunstances, I think this GT maybe top up 210 mph
      • 7 Years Ago
      So how do I tell them apart? Just a wider air-dam and the wheels? Plus all that wire-mesh grilling right?

      Is there any different badging?
      • 7 Years Ago
      Nice, a 2.5 ton car trying to set performance numbers.
      • 7 Years Ago
      once upon a time when RR/B was enquired as to HP, the reply was:
      sufficient !
      • 7 Years Ago
      CoffeJones, I've got a 96' Mazda Protege as my DD, 197,000 miles, almost there at 200. I'm also proud to say that it hasn't broken down once for me. The only time it had to get parts replace in the past is because of routine maintenance and age.
      • 7 Years Ago
      Errr this car looks strangely like the old Lincon Mk VII Coupe circa say 1991 with slightly rounded edges....
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