The rumors were right, but also wrong.

We heard last week that Chevrolet was on track to sell 2,500 Volt plug-in hybrids in August, the most ever. Well, GM did set a new Volt sales record, but it was even higher: 2,831. That beats the previous best sales month, March 2012, when 2,289 were sold, by 542 units. Last month, GM sold 1,849 Volts. For a bit of context, GM also sold more Sparks in August than ever before, 2,630. The previous monthly was 1,460 in July.

GM will still shut down the plant that builds the Volt in Hamtramck, MI for a month starting in about two weeks, in part to retool the machines for the new models (that same plant also makes the Impala, for example) and in part to balance out Volt supply and demand. As of a month ago, GM had an 84-day supply of Volts.

As for the other plug-in vehicle that's been competing (in some ways) with the Volt since late 2010, the Nissan Leaf sold 685 in August, up from 395 sold last month. A year ago, Nissan sold 1,362 Leafs. The best Leaf sales month was June 2011, when 1,708 Leafs were sold.

As always, we'll have our detailed post about green vehicle sales up shortly, once all of the numbers are released.
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GM U.S. Sales Increase 10 percent
Chevrolet passenger car sales up 25 percent


2012-09-04

DETROIT – General Motors Co. (NYSE: GM) today reported August sales of 240,520 vehicles in the United States, up 10 percent compared with a year ago. GM increased its sales to retail customers by 11 percent, making August its best retail month of the year. Sales to fleet customers were up 6 percent compared with a year ago. All four GM brands posted higher total and retail sales.

Thanks in part to extensive national advertising during the Olympic Games, Chevrolet passenger car sales were up 25 percent, with the Spark, Sonic, Cruze and Volt all posting their best-ever monthly sales. In addition, the Chevrolet Equinox set an August record behind its 22 percent year-over-year sales increase.

"The single message Chevrolet communicated this summer was 'confidence' and it rang true with customers when they saw how our product lineup is being transformed," said Kurt McNeil, vice president of U.S. sales operations. "All four of our brands are building momentum behind new products so we're very well positioned as the economy continues to slowly improve."

Other sales highlights for August include an 11 percent year over year increase in Cadillac sales driven by strong demand for the SRX crossover, the Escalade and the new XTS large sedan. Buick sales increased 12 percent on the strength of the Verano, which has seen nine back-to-back monthly sales increases. Buick recorded its best retail sales since September 2007. GMC sales were up 4 percent, following a 35 percent reduction in fleet sales. GMC Acadia sales rose 26 percent in August and GMC Terrain sales were up 16 percent.

GM is in the midst of an aggressive rollout of new products in the United States. Some 70 percent of GM nameplates will be redesigned or all new over the course of 2012 and 2013, with the four-cylinder 2013 Chevrolet Malibu and the 2013 Cadillac ATS reaching the market now.

The redesigned Malibu arriving in dealerships will replace depleted stocks of 2012 models. The compact Cadillac ATS sport sedan is the brand's second all-new sedan this year and it will compete in the highest volume luxury segment in the United States.

2012 Highlights

Aug. Total Sales

Total Change vs. Aug. 2011

Aug. Retail Sales

Retail Change vs. Aug. 2011

CYTD

Sales

CYTD Change vs. 2011

CYTD Retail Sales

CYTD
Retail Change vs. 2011

Chevrolet

169,978

11.3%

117,597

11.6%

1,270,582

5.3%

856,102

4.1%

GMC

37,838

3.7%

33,450

12.4%

273,366

4.4%

227,781

3.1%

Buick

18,000

12.4%

16,149

8.3%

122,589

(3.1%)

108,892

2.5%

Cadillac

14,704

11.3%

13,726

12.0%

90,933

(9.5%)

85,803

(2.4%)

Total GM

240,520

10.1%

180,922

11.4%

1,757,470

3.7%

1,278,578

3.3%


Inventory

Units @
Aug. 31, 2012

Days Supply (selling day adjusted)

Units @
July 31, 2012

Days Supply
(selling day adjusted)

Year-end Inventory Target

Year-end Days Supply Target (selling day adjusted)

All Vehicles

687,354

77

663,439

79

650,000 units (range)

65 – 70

Full-size Pickups

249,411

122

238,165

136

200,000 – 220,000 units

80 – 85


Chevrolet Nameplate

New Sales Record

Old Sales Record

Old Sales Record Month

Spark

2,630

1,460

July 2012

Sonic

8,703

8,251

March 2012

Cruze

25,975

25,160

April 2011

Volt

2,831

2,289

March 2012


Industry Sales

Aug. SAAR (est.)

CYTD SAAR (est.)

Full Year 2012 (est.)

Light Vehicles

14.6 million

14.3 million

14.0 million – 14.5 million


General Motors Co. (NYSE:GM, TSX: GMM) and its partners produce vehicles in 30 countries, and the company has leadership positions in the world's largest and fastest-growing automotive markets. GM's brands include Chevrolet and Cadillac, as well as Baojun, Buick, GMC, Holden, Jiefang, Opel, Vauxhall and Wuling. More information on the company and its subsidiaries, including OnStar, a global leader in vehicle safety, security and information services, can be found at http://www.gm.com.

Forward-Looking Statements

In this press release and in related comments by our management, our use of the words "expect," "anticipate," "possible," "potential," "target," "believe," "commit," "intend," "continue," "may," "would," "could," "should," "project," "projected," "positioned" or similar expressions is intended to identify forward-looking statements that represent our current judgment about possible future events. We believe these judgments are reasonable, but these statements are not guarantees of any events or financial results, and our actual results may differ materially due to a variety of important factors. Among other items, such factors might include: our ability to realize production efficiencies and to achieve reductions in costs as a result of our restructuring initiatives and labor modifications; our ability to maintain quality control over our vehicles and avoid material vehicle recalls; our ability to maintain adequate liquidity and financing sources and an appropriate level of debt, including as required to fund our planned significant investment in new technology; the ability of our suppliers to timely deliver parts, components and systems; our ability to realize successful vehicle applications of new technology; and our ability to continue to attract new customers, particularly for our new products. GM's most recent annual report on Form 10-K and quarterly reports on Form 10-Q provides information about these and other factors, which we may revise or supplement in future reports to the SEC.


Nissan North America Sales Increase 7.6% in August

FRANKLIN, Tenn. - Nissan North America, Inc. (NNA) today reported August U.S. sales of 98,515 units versus 91,541 units a year earlier, up 7.6 percent. Nissan Division sales increased 5.9 percent for the month at 87,360 units. Sales of Infiniti vehicles were up 23.6 percent over the prior year, to 11,155 units.

NISSAN HIGHLIGHTS
  • Nissan Division posted sales of 87,360 units, up 5.9 percent from last August's 82,517 units.
  • Altima mid-size sedan sales totaled 25,889 units, up 12.5 percent from the prior year. Sales of the all-new 2013 Altima began in July.
  • Nissan Rogue set an August record on sales of 12,626 of the crossover, up 10.1 percent from last year.
  • Sales of Nissan trucks showed strength, with Frontier sales of 5,464 units up 12.8 percent over last year, sales of Pathfinder, at 2,472 units, up 18.1 percent over the prior year, and NV sales seeing a record August, up 19.4 percent to 783 units.
"Nissan continues to see sales growth across our lineup during a year of significant new vehicle launches, such as the all-new 2013 Altima, which debuted this summer to critical and consumer acclaim," said Al Castignetti, vice president and general manager, Nissan Division. "With all-new Sentra and Pathfinder models joining the lineup this fall, we only expect to see our momentum continue to grow."

INFINITI HIGHLIGHTS
  • Infiniti today reported sales of 11,155 units for August, an increase of 23.6 percent from 9,024 units a year earlier.
  • Infiniti G Sedan, with sales of 5,123 units, had a 20.1 percent increase over the prior year and had its best-ever August.
  • With 2,378 sales in August, the all-new Infiniti JX 7-passenger luxury crossover now has become Infiniti's second best-selling vehicle for the year since it went on sale in late March.
  • Overall, Infiniti had its best August in seven years.
NOTE: To ensure consistency in global sales reporting, Nissan North America calculates monthly variances on a straight-percentage basis, unadjusted for the number of selling days. August 2012 had 27 selling days, while August 2011 had 26 selling days.

About Nissan North America
In North America, Nissan's operations include automotive styling, engineering, consumer and corporate financing, sales and marketing, distribution and manufacturing. Nissan is dedicated to improving the environment under the Nissan Green Program and has been recognized as an ENERGY STAR® Partner of the Year in 2010, 2011, and 2012 by the U.S Environmental Protection Agency. More information on Nissan in North America and the complete line of Nissan and Infiniti vehicles can be found online at www.NissanUSA.com and www.InfinitiUSA.com.

About Nissan
Nissan Motor Co., Ltd., Japan's second largest Japanese automotive company by volume, is headquartered in Yokohama, Japan and is an integral pillar of the Renault-Nissan Alliance. Operating with more than 248,000 employees globally, Nissan provided customers with more than 4.6 million vehicles in 2011. With a strong commitment to developing exciting and innovative products for all, Nissan delivers a comprehensive range of fuel-efficient and low-emissions vehicles under the Nissan and Infiniti brands. A pioneer in zero emission mobility, Nissan made history with the introduction of the Nissan LEAF, the first affordable, mass-market, pure-electric vehicle and winner of numerous international accolades including the prestigious 2011 European Car of the Year award.

For more information on our products, services and commitment to Sustainable Mobility, visit our website at http://www.nissan-global.com/EN/.


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      Ford Future
      • 2 Years Ago
      I've just come across a scary statistic, which explains why America Isn't buying Leafs! After college graduation 60% of graduates NEVER Read Another Book! American's Don't Know How to Use the Car's Trip Odometer! They don't know if they drive 10 or 20 miles to work! Americans are too dumb for the Leaf!
        Spec
        • 2 Months Ago
        @Ford Future
        Oh stop. If it takes PHEVs to get people to go electric, that is fine. But people will warm up to pure electrics as gas prices go higher and they start seriously having to figure out how to change.
        Grendal
        • 2 Months Ago
        @Ford Future
        "After college graduation 60% of graduates NEVER Read Another Book!" But they are texting and social networking up a storm. And it's probably not that different since TV came along. The younger generation adapts to what is thrown at them. Most 10 year olds can work a computer much better than their parents and absolutely better than their grandparents. People almost always go with the most convenient and cost effective way. That's why Wal-Mart is so successful. The younger generation is going to dig these cool EV things. FF - Chill out ya old fuddy-duddy.
        purrpullberra
        • 2 Months Ago
        @Ford Future
        America is just too poorly educated about what these ars can do and who exactly they are meant for. If the leaf were soley pitched as THE perfect second car for middle america (demanding a lux version for the higher earners) and built much more specifically for such duty. The leaf doesn't make sense for many as the only car so it never should be talked about as such, to the point of salespeople saying, "this is when you'd use your other car" a lot. If everything about the car said "small trips - few people get it - but perfect for you!" they'd be sen differently. It becomes both a statement of some affluence yet also of some decency. I know I've never heard of the leaf being mentioned or marketed this way.
          Ford Future
          • 2 Months Ago
          @purrpullberra
          I agree. Better marketing would help, and finding the target audience is critical.
      Yegor
      • 2 Years Ago
      Worldwide LEAF is still ahead of Volt : 35,000 vs 26,000 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nissan_Leaf http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chevrolet_Volt
        SVX pearlie
        • 2 Months Ago
        @Yegor
        Subtract the 13,000 protected JDM sales and it's like this: 22,000 Leaf 26,000 Volt I don't think there's a single market in the world where the Leaf outsells the Volt in heads-up competition.
          JakeY
          • 2 Months Ago
          @SVX pearlie
          More than a bit unfair since JDM is the home market for the Leaf (both brand and production). US is the home market for the Volt (brand and production) and Germany is the home market for the Ampera (brand). Nissan obviously is focused on Japan sales right now (and a handful of other places where the exchange rate and pricing still allows for decent profit).
          jkirkebo
          • 2 Months Ago
          @SVX pearlie
          Well, the Leaf sold 213 unit in Norway in August. Thus far this year, it's the 16th most sold car here, vastly outselling for example the Prius (all models combined). The Ampera and Volt haven't really started selling here, but I can't imagine them selling this well.
          SVX pearlie
          • 2 Months Ago
          @SVX pearlie
          Um, no. Simple fairness dictates that we only look at markets where *both* cars are marketed and sold. Protected markets like the JDM are a distortion.
        Joeviocoe
        • 2 Months Ago
        @Yegor
        I like how Yegor gets downvoted for merely stating worldwide numbers. Because there are a number of "America first, American Only" people here that love to see a domestic product beating foreign competition. But both GM and Nissan are global corporations, and Nissan is still selling more Leafs than GM is selling Volts. And looking only to U.S. sales is just ego stroking at this point!
          SVX pearlie
          • 2 Months Ago
          @Joeviocoe
          "Nissan is still selling more Leafs than GM is selling Volts. And looking only to U.S. sales is just ego stroking at this point!" Only because they have a heavily-protected home market. If Nissan had to go against the same protections in the USDM, we'd subtract *ALL* US sales from their total. Let's look at Leaf vs Volt sales outside the USDM and JDM. Where is the Leaf beating the Volt? It's not the Netherlands, France or Norway. Where?
          Baldur Norddahl
          • 2 Months Ago
          @Joeviocoe
          @SVX A quick Google search shows that you are wrong. Leaf is outselling the Volt/Ampera by a factor of 10 in Norway. In my home country, Denmark, it is even worse for Ampera - rumours is that they sold 1 total. Figures for Norway for April (March in paranthesis): Nissan Leaf: 113 (179) Peugeot iOn: 61 (25) Mitsubishi I-MiEV: 59 (83) Citroen C-Zero: 20 (28) Opel Ampera: 11 (4) Tesla Roadster: 4 (4) Mia Electric: 1 (0)
          SVX pearlie
          • 2 Months Ago
          @Joeviocoe
          It is now September, and we're talking through August, not April / March. If you don't have current data, it's not really relevant.
          Joeviocoe
          • 2 Months Ago
          @Joeviocoe
          "It is now September, and we're talking through August, not April / March. If you don't have current data, it's not really relevant." Ah, the essence of selective argument. Monthly sales do NOT represent an accurate picture of demand. It is being reported by ABG merely to drum up argument.
          Joeviocoe
          • 2 Months Ago
          @Joeviocoe
          "Only because they have a heavily-protected home market." And GM does NOT???!!! Nissan and GM may be protected in different ways, but let's not get it twisted.... GM has a tremendous home field advantage for selling in the U.S.
        Grendal
        • 2 Months Ago
        @Yegor
        Which, if you think about it is an amazing achievement when even a couple years ago we'd have been happy if there were one thousand alternative vehicles (other than a Prius type car) sold in a month - worldwide. Over 60K a month is freaking home run and it's just going to keep improving.
        Grendal
        • 2 Months Ago
        @Yegor
        As opposed to turning it into a competition between the two, let's say that EV and EREV sales have hit an all time high of 61,000! A spectacular achievement for alternative vehicle technologies! The number would be even higher if you add in all the other alternative EV and EREV's too.
      Rotation
      • 2 Years Ago
      Pretty good sales for a specialty car, IMHO. If these giveaway leases continue they might finally get me on board. I sized my solar array for an EV and not using that power just means I'll get paid a pittance for it by PG&E a year from now. Meanwhile I put about $200/month into gas. If I can find a cheap enough lease I could actually pick up an EV or EREV lease for "free" (meaning only already sunk costs).
        SVX pearlie
        • 2 Months Ago
        @Rotation
        @Rotation: If you wanted an awesome lease, you need to be in the dealership TODAY. GM is tracking Volt sales through the summer (ending Sep 4 = today), so you can get an awesome deal on a 2012 or a merely good one on a 2013. Otherwise, you'll have to wait until December for the annual end-of-year blowout. BTW, if you sized solar for an EV, you'll be fine - the Volt will be EV 80+% of the time, and 90+% EV miles isn't uncommon for a lot of owners.
        purrpullberra
        • 2 Months Ago
        @Rotation
        Do it do it do it. If you don't, someone who understands what's at stake, you're not doing all you can, all you can easily manage. It doesn't even sound like you'd have to stretch too far. What else is stopping you?
          Rotation
          • 2 Months Ago
          @purrpullberra
          Oh, the main thing stopping me is that the Volt doesn't appeal to me, I like the idea but not the actual car. As to EVs, the only ones seriously on my list are the Fit EV and the Model S. The Fit EV is too small and too expensive and the Model S is too expensive and not really available to someone who didn't decide to get and get in line two years ago. I just don't think I want to jump into EVs at this protozoic stage. I was really hoping there would be other EREVs sooner or other upscale (but not necessarily the $100K of the Model S) EVs. There are many good PHEVs coming out now, but for a guy who wants to drive on electricity and only use gas when electricity isn't practical, the otherwise good Honda Accord PHEV and Ford C-Max Energy don't cut it. And the PiP of course doesn't either.
        Spec
        • 2 Months Ago
        @Rotation
        Yeah, if you are giving away your solar power, you need to get an EV ASAP. It sounds like that $200/month in gas you are spending will pretty much cover most of the monthly lease fee for an EV.
        Dave R
        • 2 Months Ago
        @Rotation
        There were some 24-month leases on the Volt/LEAF very close to your target price. Although being in CA - don't forget that to get the state rebate you need to sign a 36+ month lease.
      MTN RANGER
      • 2 Years Ago
      Volt: That's even higher than I thought. Sales now almost double of 2011 and it is only August. Inventory was built up because of the scheduled factory shutdown for retooling. No big deal. Supply less than 60 days now. Leaf: Best sales month of the year. Hang in there.
        SVX pearlie
        • 2 Years Ago
        @MTN RANGER
        Yeah, Volt is now on track to hit 23.5k, and momentum, suggests 24.5k is within reach.
      Sasparilla Fizz
      • 2 Years Ago
      In an interview on CNBC today GM mentioned their Volt supply was 65 days or so (down from 84 days a month ago). Nice Volt number. Nice to see sales for both vehicles increasing.
        SVX pearlie
        • 2 Years Ago
        @Sasparilla Fizz
        GM built up in preparation for plant shutdown to re-tool.
      Ziv
      • 2 Years Ago
      13,497 Volts sold/leased YTD, last month sold/leased more than 2800, so 13,500 + (4 * 2800) = 24,700 Volts sold in the US in 2012. Plus the Canadian Volts and the European Amperas? Not bad. And the amount of Amperas being built is ramping up to 1/4 the amount of total Volt/Ampera production. We could easily see 25,000 Volts sold in the US and it is possible that we will see 5,000+ Amperas sold.
      A_Guy
      • 2 Years Ago
      The Volt and the Tesla S are some of the coolest high-tech cars I've seen in my lifetime, and they're coming from America. Makes me proud.
      Joeviocoe
      • 2 Months Ago
      "As opposed to turning it into a competition between the two" Don't blame Yegor... ABG does this every month. Despite knowing full well that monthly sales figures don't show much useful trends.
      ElectricAvenue
      • 2 Years Ago
      Is it too much to ask that the headline on these monthly postings be accurate? I'm sure Nissan sold more than 685 Leafs in August. They sold 685 Leafs *in the United States*.
        theflew
        • 2 Months Ago
        @ElectricAvenue
        These are US numbers. It does not report the number of Volts sold in Canada or Volt/Ampera's in Europe.
          ElectricAvenue
          • 2 Months Ago
          @theflew
          Right, you are simply amplifying my point. Nowhere does it say these are U.S. numbers. It says "Nissan sold 685 Leafs [in August]". That is patently false. If it is false that GM sold 2,831 Volts because that figure doesn't include sales in Canada, then that just makes the headline even worse. It's easy to fix. Just point out that these are U.S. sales figures. It would help put things in context if the story also mentioned how many sales of each there are outside the U.S. As it stands these articles end up with dozens of comments drawing conclusions about BEV vs EREV based on potentially faulty beginning premises. I highly doubt that anyone here is privy to either company's international sales strategy. It seems quite likely, however, that Nissan is much more interested in sales outside the U.S., given the current exchange rate with the yen. Things will probably change once the Leaf is manufactured in the United States. There is nothing wrong with comparing sales figures in the U.S., just state that's what they are and hopefully people will stop drawing conclusions as if the article was discussing worldwide sales.
      Rick
      • 2 Years Ago
      With a total of just 52 sales all brands in the UK in July including the Leaf. EV 52 -sales all brands down -71% in the UK in July. Vauxhall Ampera will be the sales champion at the end of the year in the UK, then the Leaf with the Volt bottom of the pile. UKs end of 2012 sales table will be. 1. Vauxhall Ampera 2. Nissan Leaf 3. Chevy Volt
        PR
        • 2 Years Ago
        @Rick
        That was July. Do you have August numbers yet?
          SVX pearlie
          • 2 Years Ago
          @PR
          He can't - UK registrations by model are semi-annual, by the government, not monthly by the OEMs.
        krona2k
        • 2 Years Ago
        @Rick
        Even though I prefer the look of the Ampera I would still get a black Volt if I could, I think you get more for your money in the UK. Also the gold bow looks good with black paint, other colours not so much. I think I'll end up getting a LEAF though, being a two car family I'm not sure I can justify the extra cost of a Volt,
        theflew
        • 2 Years Ago
        @Rick
        Does it matter? The Ampera and Volt are the same car with some minor panel differences up front and back that are build on the same manufacturing line.
          SVX pearlie
          • 2 Years Ago
          @theflew
          It matters to Rick, who's bound and determined to show the Chevy Volt as some kind of failure in the UK, despite the primary sale to be Vauxhall Ampera...
      nsxrules
      • 2 Years Ago
      Not surprising the Volt did better than it had, GM is selling them below invoice (on top of $7500 credit from tax payers) http://insideevs.com/best-sales-month-ever-for-volt-over-2500-sold-in-august-and-here-is-why/
        SVX pearlie
        • 2 Years Ago
        @nsxrules
        @idiot: The typical GM vehicle has room to discount by up to 10%, and those cheapies are almost certainly older MY2012 vs newer MY2013.
          PR
          • 2 Years Ago
          @SVX pearlie
          mkivtrd, That quote was from late 2010, and they also said "It is our hope, every year as we have opportunity to improve the performance and even take cost out" It is nearly 2 years later. If they have accomplished their goal of taking cost out every year since then, the Volt may be profitable overall even after offering a $2500 per unit discount on August sales. You have to average in the full year's sales with the units sold with this discount to determine overall profitability. (Remember that dealership's price reductions that they give customers comes out of the dealership's profits, not GM's.)
          mkivtrd
          • 2 Years Ago
          @SVX pearlie
          You are the idiot, not NSX. When you have a real argument come back. GM already had said they make no money on the Volt (this is before they dump them below invoice): http://gm-volt.com/2010/12/02/gms-plans-for-chevy-volt-profitability/ "According to multiple GM executives there is little or no profit being made on each Volt built at a present cost of around $40,000. Furthermore, the $700 million of development that went into the car has to be recouped."
          MTN RANGER
          • 2 Years Ago
          @SVX pearlie
          A nice way of saying it is that the Volt buying process is now like a regular car. You go to the dealership, pick out a car on the lot, negotiate a deal and pay. Just because the car is discounted (like almost every car out there), doesn't mean the numbers are fudged.
        PR
        • 2 Years Ago
        @nsxrules
        nsx- That is pretty standard this time of year. For example, the very popular Ford F-250 4WD Crew Cab 156 XLT has just about the exact same MSRP and list price as the Volt, and also is being sold with the exact same $2500 factory incentive on top of dealer price discounting. That gives it an average price that is $1500 below invoice, $4,500 below MSRP. That is almost dead even with Volt discounting. This is pretty typical discounts for US car makers this time of year. Heck, if you are paying over invoice on most cars, you are paying too much. Dealers have additional profits behind invoice that they are still pocketing. http://www.truecar.com/prices-new/ford/super-duty-f-250-srw-pricing/2012/356E3C62/ I agree that the discounting has worked very well for the Volt. Which is of course why almost all car companies play the exact same game with discounts. They work. Pretty standard stuff. It is good to see the Volt being sold just like every other normal car now.
          PR
          • 2 Months Ago
          @PR
          How many of those are introducing revolutionary new technology that can change the entire automotive industry, our primary fuel for transportation, and help end our dependence on oil for transportation? Zero.
          mkivtrd
          • 2 Months Ago
          @PR
          Difference is that when car companies discount other cars they don't still sell at half their stated goal with a $7500 tax funded rebate to boot.
      goodoldgorr
      • 2 Years Ago
      Probably the leaf sales in arizona amount to zero.
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