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  • 2020 Ducati Streetfighter V4 shown at DWP2020 – 208 hp, 123 Nm, 178 kg, from the equivalent of RM93,094

    Biggest reveal at the 2020 Ducati World Premiere (DWP2020) was the 2020 Ducati Streetfighter V4, which comes in two versions, priced at 19,990 euros (RM93,094) and 22,990 euros (RM107,019) in Italy. Set for public release in March 2020, the Streetfighter V4 comes with biplane aerofoils on either side of the frame which Ducati says increases stability at speed and helps prevent front wheel lift under hard acceleration.

    The main difference between the two flavours of Streetfighter V4 is in the suspension, with the base model getting fully-adjustable suspension while the Streetfighter V4 S gets electronic suspension lifted off the Panigale V4. Of note is the power output of Ducati’s naked superbike, which gets 208 hp at 12,500 rpm and 123 Nm of torque at 11,500 rpm from the liquid-cooled 1,103 cc Stradale V-four engine.

    Both the engine and the front monocouque frmae come directly from the Panigale V4 and the Streetfighter is stripped of anything not deemed necessary to obtain that authentic “streetfighter” style. This includes the higher handlebars and separate light unit, which, for Streetfighter V4, is a combination LED DRL and projector light setup located low in front of Ducati’s naked superbike.

    Boasting of a dry weight of 178 kg – closer to 200 kg ready to ride – the Streetfighter V4 boasts of a 1.17 hp/kg power-to-weight ratio. With this, Ducati chief executive officer Claudio Domenicali says the Streetfighter V4 is 25% more powerful than its closest competitor.

    This number is increased further with the race use only titanium Akrapovic exhaust that boosts power to 216 hp while losing 4 kg in the process. The power delivery in the Streetfighter V4 is notably different from the Panigale V4 with 14% more torque sent to the rear wheel at 100 km/h.

    Compared to the previous model Streetfighter, the Streetfighter 1098, torque takes 31% bump at 100 km/h. This is achieved not with making any modifications to the engine but by simply changing out sprockets for a bigger plate at the rear wheel and a smaller cog at the gearbox while fuel is carried in a 16-litre tank.

    Rider comfort is also biased towards road use with 60 mm of foam padding for the front seat, while the rear passenger sits 25 mm lower on the Streetfighter V4 compared to the Panigale V4. For the Streetfighter V4 S, Ohlins provides the NIX30 and Smart EC 2.0 electronic front suspension while the rear end is held up with a Ohlins TTX36 monoshock, also electronically controlled.

    Brembo supplies Stylema M4.30 Monobloc front callipers on 330 mm semi-floating discs while a 245 mm diameter disc on at back is stopped with a two-piston calliper with ABS Cornering EVO as standard. A full suite of electronics is supplied including Evo 2 traction control, wheelie control, slide control, engine braking, power launch and up-and-down quickshifter.

    Optional extras include the Ducati Data Analyser+ with GPS module for racetrack work, Ducati Linkapp, anti-theft system and heated grips. Also available from the Ducati Performance catalogue for the Streetfighter V4 is an STM dry clutch, Marchesini firged lightweight wheels and Akrapovic exhaust.

     
  • MIROS launches guidelines for child restraint systems – usage to be mandatory starting January 1, 2020

    In line with the official launch of Vehicle Safety Week 2019 at the MIROS PC3 crash testing centre in Melaka, deputy prime minister Datuk Seri Wan Azizah Wan Ismail launched the Buku Garis Panduan Kerusi Keselamatan Kanak-kanak di Malaysia (guidelines for child restraint systems in Malaysia) today.

    The child seat guide book is a strategic document developed by the Malaysian Institute for Raod Safety Research (MIROS) under the ministry of transport for the streamlining of ministries, departments and government agencies, as well as industry participants and the general public towards implementing the government’s policy for mandating the use of child seats in Malaysia from January 1, 2020.

    The guide book outlines objectives and strategies for the certification compliance, procedures and enforcement of laws for child seat usage on road, and sales in both business premises and online, said MIROS. The child seat guide book was produced by MIROS under the transport ministry, with the cooperation of the domestic trade and consumer affairs ministry (KPDNHEP), Royal Malaysian Customs (JKDM), the Road Transport Department (JPJ) and the road safety department (JKJR).

    Sample and description of the QR code.

    The guide book for child seats also introduced the use of QR code labels for the purpose of recording information for child seats on the Malaysian market, as well as offering more detailed guides and references for consumers and enforcement agencies.

    This QR code sticker measures 50 mm tall by 40 mm wide, and uses a white background. This will contain the seat’s certification details according to UN R44 or UN R129, instructions for installation and recommendations according to the weight and height of the child.

    The decision to make the use of child seats compulsory in Malaysia is in line with United Nations (UN) regulations, said transport minster Anthony Loke Siew Fook. “This is a manifestation of the government’s efforts towards realising the Road Safety Plan 2014-2020 which aims to reduce the numbers of deaths and serious injuries in Malaysia by 50% by 2020,” he said.

    Given that adding child seats into the vehicles of families will add cost and effort, what happens when parents and drivers are found to be not complying with the forthcoming regulations? This is about educating the public about the importance of child safety when travelling in vehicles, Loke stressed, and referred to the guide book for specific details; the document can be downloaded from the MIROS website, here.

    “The government is very concerned with the matter of road accidents which cause deaths and injuries to children, because they will be assets to the nation by being the next wave for future development. We are all responsible for the creation of a safe and conducive environment for the development of people in this country,” said Wan Azizah, who is also minister of women, family and community development.

    The move towards mandatory child seat use follows the statistics of 1,559 recorded deaths of children aged under 10 from 2007 to 2017, the deputy prime minister said. “One life is lost every 84 minutes to road accidents, and children are at great risk of injury when subjected to these situations, she added.

     
  • 2020 Ducati Panigale V2 launched at DWP2020

    Held this year in Rimini, Italy, the Ducati World Premiere (DWP2020) is where the Borgo Panigale firm shows its 2020 motorcycle range ahead of the EICMA show in Milan. For next year’s riding season, the big reveal of the event is the 2020 Ducati Panigale V2, replacement for the Panigale 959 sports bike.

    Powered by a slightly revised version of the 955 cc Superquadro engine, the Panigale V2 draws on DNA from the Panigale V4 superbike in the design of the front cowl and LED DRLs. The Superquadro liquid-cooled, Desmodromic four-valve per cylinder mill puts out 155 hp at 10,750 rpm and 104 Nm of torque at 9,000 rpm.

    Claiming a wet weight of 200 kg, the Panigale V2 ties everything together in an aluminium monocouque frame, with power getting to the ground via a six-speed gearbox and up-and-down quickshifter. Suspension in front is fully-adjustable, using Showa BPF forks, while the rear end is held up with a Sachs fully-adjustable monoshock.

    Suspension settings have now been biased towards road use, the spring preload at both ends now toned down a little. The same is done with the compression and rebound damping to make things a little more comfortable for the rider.

    Big news is the return of the single-sided aluminium swingarm to the smaller of the the Panigale model range. Braking is done by Brembo, with radial-mounted four-piston M4.32 Monobloc callipers in front on 320 mm discs while the back has a two-piston Brembo calliper on 245 mm brake disc, with cornering ABS as standard.

    Seat height for the Panigale V2 is set at 845 mm which is normal for track oriented machines, while fuel is carried in a 17-litre tank. Inside the cockpit is a new TFT-LCD colour instrument panel while the centre of gravity is now a little higher.

     
  • Tokyo 2019: Subaru Levorg Prototype officially debuts with new 1.8 litre turbocharged boxer-four engine

    After being teased and leaked, the Subaru Levorg Prototype has finally made its debut at the 2019 Tokyo Motor Show. While it may have “Prototype” in its name, this is very much close to being production ready, with a market launch set to take place in Japan in the second half of 2020.

    The all-new Levorg was first previewed by the Viziv Tourer Concept during last year’s Geneva Motor Show, and just like recent models in the carmaker’s stable (XV, Ascent, Impreza and Forester). now rides on the Subaru Global Platform that offers significantly higher body rigidity than the outgoing, first-generation model.

    Not that you’ll identify the second-generation Levorg at first glance, as it has a close resemblance to its predecessor. Subaru says that while its “Dynamic x Solid” design philosophy was fundamental when it came to styling the new Levorg, it also applied the design concept “Bolder” that “highlights the value and character of each Subaru model.”

    Bolder is indeed the proper term in this context, as it won’t take long for you to spot the more aggressive look that the wagon carries, starting with the pointier front end here that is emphasised by a larger, hexagonal-shaped grille, which features a chrome strip that spans its width.

    Said strip flows seamlessly into creases that cut into the reshaped (and kinked) headlamps, which are joined by prominent scalloped sections that accommodate the fog lamps and decorative “inlets.” It also seems like every feature on the Levorg’s face is highlighted, as the lower intake also gets its dedicated crease and subtle lip. Like the previous Levorg, there’s a bonnet scoop to feed air to the turbocharged engine lurking underneath, which we’ll get to in a second.

    From the three-quarter view, you’ll spot squared-off wheel arches instead of rounded ones found on the current model, while the doors also have a more prominent crease at their base as well as a character line that flows through the door handles. As teased previously, the Levorg Prototype sports strong haunches that end just above the C-shaped taillights, which are now slimmer.

    As for the rear, the revisions aren’t as drastic as the front, with triangular, blacked-out reflector housings in the corners of the bumper, which also gets a tidier lower apron. The tailgate spoiler also gets additional trimming on its edges to help smoothen out the vehicle’s lines further. There are no interior photos as the heavily tinted windows suggest, and we’ll only know more about life inside when the production version is revealed in full.

    However, the Japanese carmaker is more than happy to disclose some technical and equipment details, starting with a new 1.8 litre turbocharged and direct-injected four-cylinder boxer engine that features what the company refers to lean-burn technology. No output figures have been revealed as of yet, but as per Subaru DNA, expect it to be mated to a Lineartronic CVT and Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive system.

    In its previous generation, the Levorg was available with a FA20F 2.0 litre engine, which also came with turbocharging and direct fuel injection to make 300 PS and 400 Nm of torque. A second engine was the FB16 DIT, which was a 1.6 litre turbocharged mill making 170 PS and 250 Nm – this is the unit we got in our market.

    Another new piece of tech here is Subaru’s next-generation EyeSight system, which features a renewed stereo camera setup with a wider viewing angle. Additionally, the system is now supported by four radar sensors on the front and rear bumpers, which allows it to have a 360-degree sense around the vehicle. The EyeSight’s pre-collision braking function has also been expanded to cover crossing and turning at an intersection with low visibility.

    That’s not all, as the car also comes equipped with a locator that precisely detects the vehicle’s position by utilising information from GPS and Michibiki (Quasi-Zenith Satellite System). Working in combination with high-definition map data, the Levorg can recognise the shape of road ahead, automatically reducing its speed before going into a curve, and assists drivers with hands-free driving in traffic.

    Lastly, Advanced Automatic Collision Notification is a new first for Subaru in Japan, and it is essentially an SOS service that automatically sends an alert to an operator and emergency services when a big impact from a collision is detected.


     
  • Tokyo 2019: Mitsubishi MI-Tech Concept is a buggy-style plug-in hybrid with gas turbine engine/generator

    Joining the long list of debuts at the ongoing Tokyo Motor Show is the Mitsubishi MI-Tech Concept, a buggy-style plug-in hybrid that the brand’s renown fun streak has not been totally lost. Not only does the show car sport an unusual body style, but the powertrain choice also runs against the grain.

    The electric portion is sophisticated in operation, with electric motors located at each wheel enabling what Mitsubishi calls Dual-Motor Active Yaw Control (AYC) on each axle. With high response and highly accurate control of acceleration and braking force, the system is claimed to provide a drastic improvement in handling and traction, varying power distribution to each wheel as needed and also allowing for 180-degree spins by counter-rotating the left and right tyres.

    But it’s the other portion of the powertrain that challenges convention, and here Mitsubishi has ditched a regular internal combustion engine in favour of a lightweight, compact gas turbine engine-generator. The company touts a high power output for the turbine’s size and weight, clean exhaust and its flexibility to run on a variety of fuels, such as diesel, kerosene and alcohol.


    Design-wise, the MI-Tech persists with Mitsubishi’s Dynamic Shield design, with the addition of T-shaped head- and tail lights, a satin-plated front grille with copper inserts and aluminium skid plates at both ends. There are also raised black fender flares and side steps carved into the body side. The turbines are clearly seen atop the buttresses along the rear deck.

    Inside, there’s a simple horizontal dashboard, again with copper accents that can also be found on the steering wheel. You’ll also find keyboard-style switches, the operation of which is aided by a hand rest sprouting over the gearlever. Relevant vehicular information is displayed on a small screen ahead of the steering wheel, as well as an augmented reality (AR) windscreen.

    The MI-Tech is also equipped with MI-Pilot, Mitsubishi’s next-generation driver assistance technology, which the company says provides support not only on highways and regular roads, but also unpaved roads.

     
  • Lexus will unveil its first electric vehicle in November this year – electrified versions of all models by 2025

    Lexus has announced that it plans to unveil its first battery electric vehicle (BEV) in November 2019, as part of the company’s “Lexus Electrified” vision, which also saw the debut of the LF-30 Electrified Concept at the 2019 Tokyo Motor Show.

    The Japanese carmaker will also expand its electrified vehicle line-up further by introducing its first plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV) as well as a new dedicated platform for fully-electric vehicles early in the coming decade.

    To add to this, Lexus will offer electrified versions of all Lexus vehicle models by 2025, and is aiming for the sales of electrified vehicles to outpace those powered by conventional internal combustion engines.

    For now, the company has not disclosed any details about the upcoming EV model, so we’ll have to wait until November to see what they come up with. While Lexus may have been a little slow with EVs, the premium arm of Toyota is no stranger to revolutionary powertrains, as exemplified by its range of hybrid models.

     
  • Daihatsu confirms its involvement with DreamEdge in development of Malaysia’s new national car project

    Daihatsu Motor Company (DMC) has confirmed the company’s involvement in Malaysia’s new national car project, which is being led by Malaysian company DreamEdge.

    The confirmation came from Soichiro Okudaira, president of DMC, who spoke to Malaysian journalists at the sidelines of the 2019 Tokyo Motor Show. He said that the compact car specialist is in talks with DreamEdge, but did not elaborate on what the talks were about, or the extent of DMC’s participation in the project.

    This is the first time we’ve heard about the new national car from an official partner source since the announcement on August 9 by the ministry of international trade and industry, which named DreamEdge as the lead company.

    In August, DreamEdge CEO Khairil Adri Adnan said that the new national car would be an “exclusive model with a new approach to segmentation, and that it would be a plus-sized B-segment sedan (initially mentioned during the press conference as C-segment, and later corrected) equipped with either a regular ICE or hybrid powertrain. The car would be built by a contract manufacturer, with rumours of this being Daihatsu subsidiary Perodua.

    At that point, DreamEdge and MITI had said that the engineering capability model mock-up was slated to be shown at the end of August, but that month came and passed without a word from either party.

    They also said that mid-September would see the kick-start of additional recruitment for the project, and that the first model prototype of the new national car will be shown in March 2020, with the final product set to make its market debut in March 2021.

     
  • Tokyo 2019: Daihatsu previews new compact SUV – is this an early look at Perodua’s D55L B-segment SUV?

    At this year’s Tokyo Motor Show, Daihatsu is previewing an upcoming compact SUV, which could be an early look at the much rumoured Perodua D55L B-segment SUV – a smaller five-seat, B-segment cousin to the Aruz.

    The information board on site doesn’t list any names, but reports indicate that the model, which rides on the Daihatsu New Global Architecture (DNGA) platform, could be called the Rocky. However, we do get a useful list of specifications, including the vehicle’s dimensions as well as the powertrain used.

    Starting with the former, the 980-kg Daihatsu SUV measures 3,995 mm long, 1,695 mm wide, 1,620 mm wide, and has a 2,525 mm wheelbase. This makes it larger than the current Myvi, which has a length of 3,895 mm, width of 1,735 mm, height of 1515 mm and a wheelbase spanning 2,500 mm.

    Design-wise, the unnamed SUV has a rather imposing look to it, with a large, hexagonal-shaped grille that is flanked by angular headlamps with “eyebrow-style” DRLs and triangular fog lamp enclosures – the latter houses the fog lamps, front parking sensors and a vertical LED strip. The shape of the headlamps and grille also results in the fitment of a shapely bonnet that tapers towards the latter.

    Viewed from the side, we find black body cladding around 17-inch wheels (195/60 series) that is appropriate to create the SUV look and a “floating roof” look that sees the C-pillars being body-coloured as opposed to black like on the A- and B-pillars. There are even small window sections aft of the C-pillar, which are kept separate from the rear window by vertical trim pieces that lead to a tailgate spoiler.

    Moving towards the rear, you’ll find relatively slim taillights that are linked by another black trim piece running across the tailgate, which sports the Daihatsu badge just above the tailgate release button. If the rear lighting setup has an air of familiarity to them – think Myvi – the lower apron reinforces that belief further thanks to the decorative “vents” and low-mounted number plate. Just to note, the red car you see here is the sportier trim level with red interior accents, while the white car is the standard trim.

    Inside the five-seater, the dashboard is dominated by a free-standing touchscreen infotainment system that sits above the centre air vents. Curiously, the corner vents are placed slightly higher than expected but this is deliberate to make room for cupholders, which should help keep that fizzy drink chilled.

    Below said centre vents are the switchgear for the automatic air-conditioning system and start button, while the two-tier centre console houses the gear selector, power outlets, heated seat controls, stowage areas and the handbrake. Other cues include a steering wheel that is festooned with buttons, and a digital instrument cluster display.

    Powering the Daihatsu SUV is a turbocharged and intercooled three-cylinder petrol engine, with the 996-cc mill serving up 98 PS at 6,000 rpm and 140 Nm of torque from 2,400 to 4,000 rpm, and this is mated to a CVT driving the front wheels.

    While it may not have a name, the SUV is so before you is pretty much production ready as is, although there’s no indicated date on when it will be launched. For now, Perodua has not confirmed if this will indeed turn into a model that we’ll be able to buy, but it certainly looks promising. We previously sighted a development model going up Genting Highlands earlier this month, which appeared to be a test mule wearing a stretched Axia body.

    Prior to that, the national carmaker showcased the X-Concept during the 2018 Kuala Lumpur International Motor Show, and if this indeed becomes Perodua’s B-segment SUV, it will most likely get a unique front end inspired by said concept.

     
  • Tokyo 2019: Lexus LF-30 Electrified Concept debuts

    Lexus has unveiled the LF-30 Electrified Concept at this year’s Tokyo Motor Show, which forms part of the company’s “Lexus Electrified” vision. The show car is certainly striking to look at, and that’s before we get into the technologies the Japanese carmaker crammed into it.

    Subtle isn’t the right word to describe the concept’s design, which the company says “embodies the vision of Lexus’ electrification.” It’s a very aggressive look, with a mix of sharp angles and contours around a large cabin, which is possible thanks to the low positioning of the battery as well as the in-wheel electric motors, of which there are four. Signature cues like the spindle grille are present as well, while gullwing doors and aVoltaic Sky finish that employs a metal-infused coating technique add to the visual drama.

    Breaking out the spec sheet, the LF-30 isn’t a small vehicle either, despite what the images suggest. The concept measures 5,090 mm long, 1,995 mm wide, 1,600 mm tall, and the roomy cabin is justified by its 3,200 mm wheelbase.

    With everything put together, the EV weights 2,400 kg, and is propelled by the aforementioned in-wheel e-motors that provide 536 hp (400 kW) and 700 Nm of torque. Performance-wise, the vehicle will get from a rest to 100 km/h in 3.8 seconds, and tops out at 200 km/h.

    The battery is just as substantial, with capacity of 110 kWh, and Lexus claims a WLTP-certified cruising range of 500 km. Wireless charging technology is used to recharge the battery, and the company claims a charging speed of up to 150 kW.

    Another driving-related technology present here is Lexus Advanced Posture Control, which regulates the output from the electric motors to ensure the vehicle’s posture isn’t disruptive to occupants, in a similar fashion to Mazda’s G-Vectoring Control system.

    The Tazuna-themed interior is just as mesmerising as the exterior, and while the vehicle has autonomous driving capabilities, the concept still comes with a steering wheel. A wraparound cockpit places functions like the navigation, infotainment and drive mode systems within easy reach, while the passenger has access to a separate display with gesture control support.

    In other areas, there’s a Mark Levinson audio system, while overhead is a gesture controlled SkyGate display window that features augmented reality to display various types of information, such as a realistic star-filled sky, user-favourite videos and even navigation. As this is a Lexus, premium, sustainable materials are used, including Yakisugi (charred cedar) and recycled metals.

    Lexus also touts an onboard AI that deals with energy management as well as providing occupants with a more personalised experience when inside the vehicle. There’s also the Lexus Airporter drone support vehicle, which is capable of carrying out certain tasks like independently transporting baggage from a household doorstep to the vehicle’s luggage area.


     
  • Tokyo 2019: Mazda MX-30 – brand’s first EV debuts with 141 hp, 264 Nm, 209 km EV range, suicide doors!

    This is the Mazda MX-30, and it is the company’s first, mass-production electric vehicle as well as the third addition to its new-generation model line-up, which currently includes the latest Mazda 3 and CX-30.

    In terms of dimensions, the MX-30 is almost the same size as the CX-30, measuring 4,395 mm long, 1,795 mm wide, 1,570 mm tall, and with a wheelbase spanning 2,655 mm. The EV actually sits on the same SkyActiv-Vehicle Architecture used for the Mazda 3 and CX-30, albeit with increased ring structures around the battery and floor for increased stiffness. The underfloor-mounted lithium-ion battery is also the reason why the EV is 30 mm taller than the CX-30.

    Mazda refers to its EV powertrain as e-SkyActiv, and on the MX-30, consists of an electric motor driving the front wheels rated at 141 hp (105 kW) and 264 Nm of torque. The EV also gets an enhanced version of Mazda’s G-Vectoring Control system dubbed e-GVC Plus, which “leverages the torque characteristics of the electric motor to optimise the front-rear load shift under an even wider range of usage scenario.”

    The 35.5 kWh battery powering the e-motor uses prismatic cells and supports both AC and DC charging, with the former capable of accepting a maximum input of 6.6 kW via a Type 2 connection. Meanwhile, DC charging is accomplished via a CCS connection, and with a 50-kW input, a depleted battery can reach an 80% state of charge in around 30 to 40 minutes.

    According to a report by Autocar UK, the MX-30 has an EV range of around 209 km, which might be less than some rivals, but Mazda says this exceeds 50-km average daily drive of European customers. If range anxiety is still a concern, a range-extender variant featuring a rotary engine will arrive later on.

    We now arrive at what will likely be the most controversial aspect of the MX-30, its design. Notable cues on the vehicle’s face include a recessed grille that creates a chasm on the front end, with the headlamps tucked within. Further down, the lower apron sports a vertical bar to divide the intake into two, with slim fog lamps occupying the corners.

    With the electric motor taking up less room at the front, the EV sports a low and rather long bonnet at the front, which leads to a coupe-esque roofline that is gently raked towards the rear. A two-tone paintjob and an off-coloured trim bearing the Mazda script help to highlight this design element even further, while black body cladding over 18-inch wheels reinforces the crossover look.

    One of the most interesting aspects from this view are the MX-30’s doors, which hark back to the rear suicide doors on the RX-8. The company call these “freestyle doors,” and access to the rear is only possible by first opening the front doors.

    Looking at the rear of the vehicle, we find circular taillights that are reminiscent of those found on the CX-30, albeit with shorter trailing “tails” that cut into the shapely tailgate. These meet with up with additional trim pieces that originate from the C-pillar, which form a “hoop” over the rear window with the tailgate spoiler. Being an EV, there are no exhaust outlets here, with the lower section of the bumper largely featureless aside from the reflectors and reverse cameras.

    Inside, the MX-30 features a floating centre console – likely due to the positioning of the battery – that houses the Commander Control interface for the Mazda Connect infotainment system as well as a stubby gear lever. You’ll also spot a seven-inch touchscreen display to control the car’s climate controls, which is a first for the brand.

    This is placed just below the centre air vents and start button, with the top dash largely devoid of items aside from a sunken space for the infotainment display. Other items include a steering wheel that is similar to those used in current Mazda models, and a digital instrument cluster.

    If you see cork trim in certain parts of the cabin, your eyes aren’t deceiving you. Dubbed as Heritage Cork, the material is made from cork left over from the production of bottle stops, and is one of the company’s initiatives to be kinder to the environment, with a vegan alternative to leather being another for the MX-30.

    Sales of the EV will start in the United Kingdom in 2021, with pricing said to be below 30,000 British pounds, inclusive of incentives offered there.


     
 

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