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    Porsche 911 Enthusiasts: 10 Reasons the 2014 Model is the Way to Go

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    You can’t discuss exotic sports cars without the Porsche 911 coming up. From its curvaceous, luxurious style to its powerful engine and intimidating exhaust roar, the driving experience is nothing short of an adrenaline rush. If you’re looking for a lean, mean, driving machine, the 2014 Porsche 911 is a high-performance automobile offering precision handling with top-of-the-line suspension and breakneck power from its V8 or V6?? engine outputting up to 500 horsepower and 500 lb-ft of torque.

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    There’s so much to be said about the Porsche 911, including its competitive fuel efficiency and comfortable interior, making it great for either everyday driving or a race along the track. With arguably some of the most accessible Porsche OEM parts on the market available online, enthusiasts can enjoy making performance upgrades without breaking the bank that enhance its power, speed and handling, as well as its aesthetic appeal. If you’re still not sold on the 2014 Porsche 911, here’s ten reasons to reconsider:

    1. Rad Exterior Design

    The style and design of the Porsche 911’s exterior gives us a 1960s vibe. We’ll stop short of saying it won’t be going out of style anytime soon. For modern-day enthusiasts who love the basic curves and aesthetic appeal of times passed, Porsche’s 2014 911 won’t disappoint.

    1. AWD Option

    For those who want to drive their Porsche on a daily basis, having the option to purchase the all-wheel-drive platform is a big plus. This system of parts makes the drivetrain of this exotic sports car capable of performing on just about any terrain with ease. The AWD 911 models are typically wider, as well- some up to 44mm wider- providing better stability and road-hugging control. 

    1. Varying Transmission Parts

    Owners of this beautiful Porsche automobile will enjoy the standard seven-speed manual gearbox. Those who prefer an automatic transmission, never fear as the 2014 911 comes with the fast-shifting PDK transmission, which is arguably one of the best automatic transmission systems on the market today. This dual-clutch system uses advanced hydraulics to give you the performance of a manual transmission in an automatic design. It gives the driver the option to either change gears at the push of a button, or simply just rely on the full automatic mode. 

    1. Engines Designed with High-Performance Parts

    Porsche’s base model 911 comes with a six-cylinder engine that produces a whopping 350 horsepower.  The upgraded Carrera S model increases the engine’s output to about 430 hp. For those who have a “need for speed,” the turbocharged version comes packed with an engine producing 500 hp and over 500 lb-ft of torque. With launch control options available on the Turbo models, the car can hit 60mph in less than three seconds! How’s that for speed?

    1. Competitive Fuel Economy

    With speed usually comes the need to pull over and fill up more than you’d like. Another great thing about the 2014 Porsche 911 is that it can be driven on a daily basis without breaking your pockets. The base model is among the most economically-friendly sports cars, getting as much as 28 miles per gallon on the highway. Despite all the power, the Carrera S can also give you about 27 miles per gallon.

    1. Several Body Trims

    No matter what type of driver you are, there is a 911 body style for you as the car is available in various trims. While most are completely satisfied with the base model, for those who want an extra powerful engine, going with the turbocharged version would be a good option. Obviously, the GT3 model is the best version to invest in for those Porsche enthusiasts that love to race.

    1. Made for Comfort

    Although it’s probably not the best “family car,” the Porsche 911 has comfortable seating with plenty of room for the front seat passengers. While some sports cars are thought to be a bit more cramped and compact, the 911’s seating is designed for either long road trips or a few quick laps around the track even accommodating drivers with longer legs.

    1. Excellent Suspension for Handling

    The 911 comes with the Active Suspension Management system, which includes air suspension and level control. It gives drivers the power to choose from three settings: comfort, sport and sport-plus. The comfort setting is ideal for standard driving conditions. Sport and Sport-plus re-tune the shock absorbers to handle more strenuous conditions like racing; the Sport-plus version also lowers the chassis by an inch for better control.  Worried about a body roll as you hit the corners? That’s a non-issue for the 2014 Porsche 911.

    1. Killer Brake Performance

    While you could easily upgrade to ceramic-composite brakes, the standard Porsche brake parts have proven to be more than adequate for most driving purposes.Whether on the street, highway or racetrack, the brake parts on the new 911s may be the best stock in the business off the assembly line. They feature either four- or six-piston monobloc aluminum calipers and the discs range from 330mm-350mm. They are also cross-drilled for enhanced cooling and performance on wet road conditions. 

    1. Awesome Interior

    You can’t talk about the exterior of this exotic beauty without talking about the interior. With luxury in mind from front to back, the new 911 will certainly impress. Bose surround sound systems, a retractable roof (Targa model), a high-quality navigation system, and a cruise control with auto braking systems when necessary, you’ll probably never want to get out of the car.

    If you’re a lover of exotic cars, a long-time Porsche 911 enthusiast, or even just someone interested in purchasing a fast, powerful, attractive vehicle, you cannot go wrong with Porsche’s 2014 911. The car has everything you could ever ask for in a high-performance vehicle, and you’re sure to turn a few heads as you pass by. 

     

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    Your favorite supercars drag race at VMAX 200 (VIDEO)

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    Porsche 918, LaFerrari, Koenigsegg One:1, and a load of other crazy supercars hit their top speeds drag racing at VMAX 200. 

    This weekend the VMAX 200 event was held in the U.K at an old airfield that’s often used to performance test quick cars. VMAX 200 is an event open to the public where drivers can push their cars to their limits racing down the runway against other drivers. The cars include Nissan GT-Rs, Audi R8s, McLarens, Lamborghinis LaFerrari and Ferrari 458, Porsche 918, Bugatti Veyron, Pagani Zondas and even a couple of Koenigseggs including the 1360hp One:1.

    While the runway isn’t long enough for all cars to reach their absolute top speeds but most of the really quick ones were able to reach speeds in excess of 180mph. And the insane Koenigsegg One:1 managed over 220mph – still someway off its theoretical v-max of 270mph.

    The video below gives you a behind the scenes look at the event from the perspective of Car Throttle founder and CEO Adnan Ebrahim. It even includes a passenger ride in the Porsche 918 Spyder and appearances from Youtube supercar celebrity Lord Aleem.

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  • Reviews/ Videos

    Porsche Cayman GT4 driven and drifted (VIDEO)

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    Chris Harris takes to the track in the new Porsche Cayman GT4, the fastest and most track-focused Cayman to date.

    We’re only three months in, but this is possibly the most hotly anticipated car of 2015. It’s the Porsche Cayman GT4, the car that finally takes the Cayman – regarded by some as Porsche’s sweetest steering model – and turns up the volume to eleven.

    Since the mid-engine coupe was introduced some ten years ago there has been a suspicion that Porsche was deliberately holding back its performance to protect the more iconic and expensive 911. Not anymore, because Porsche has given the Cayman to its motorsport division – the people responsible for the 911 GT3, the GT3 cup car and the slightly mental GT2 RS from the 997 generation 911. The GT car engineers know how to make a car go, steer and stop better than anyone else in the business, so the Cayman GT4 should be pretty good.

    In terms of its power and straight line performance it seems just a rung above the lesser Cayman GTS, but actually this is more or less a whole different animal. It’s got the larger 3.8-litre flat six engine from the 911 Carrera S producing 375hp in this application instead of the standard 3.4-litre. Suspension has been changed completely, the entire front axle is borrowed from the bigger 911 GT3 and the rear suspension has been re-designed and re-engineered. The carbon ceramic brakes are also taken from the GT3.

    The only thing that hasn’t been dramatically changed from the Cayman GTS is the gearbox. Ah yes, the most appealing thing about the new GT4 for some will be the fact that it’s only available with a six-speed manual gearbox. The GT4’s ‘box features shorter throws and a more precise feeling, say Porsche.

    So what does all this machinery look like in action? We’ll let Chris Harris show you…

    BONUS CLIP: What’s the third pedal for?

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    2015 Geneva motor show highlights with Chris Harris (VIDEO)

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    Internet star, professional hoon and tyre wrecker Chris Harris walks us round the supercar packed 2015 Geneva motor show.

    The Geneva motor show is the biggest motoring event on the calendar, it’s where all the hottest and most exciting new cars are revealed for the first time and usually they’re fast cars. This motor show is basically an ideal place for manufacturers to show off their most technologically advanced performance models and compete for the spotlight. You can usually tell who’s ‘winning’ the Geneva motor show by how many journalists turn up to each manufacturer’s press announcements. When ever a new Ferrari is unveiled people tend to pay attention – reveal a new Ssangyong cross over and well, you get the idea.

    Before Chris Harris walks us round the Geneva motor show and makes lots of hilariously rude jokes, I’ll give you some of my own highlights from the show. I’m a huge fan of the Swedish hypercar manufacturer Koenigsegg, and their two Geneva show cars were serious stand-outs. The Regera hybrid is an 1800hp rear-wheel drive monster which packs a 1080hp twin-turbo V8 engine and three electric motors which give a total of 700hp. A Bugatti Veyron takes around a minute to reach 248mph (400km/h), this car takes less than 20 seconds. It’s completely nuts. Less extreme is Koenigsegg’s Agera RS, a lightweight track version of the standard 1080hp Agera. Other highlights include the new Porsche 911 GT3 RS and Cayman GT4, Audi R8 and its GT3 race car R8 LMS cousin, and curiously, the new Skoda Superb.

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    New Porsche 911 GT3 RS revealed

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    New ultra hard core Porsche 911 GT3 RS revealed with PDK gearbox and 4.0-litre flat six at the Geneva Motor show. 

    Porsche has revealed its new hardcore track-focused 911 at this year’s Geneva motor show. As with the standard GT3, the RS is PDK-only meaning there will be no manual gearbox option.

    However, unlike the standard GT3, the new model is powered by a new 4.0-litre flat six engine based on the standard 3.8-litre unit. It develops a substantial 496hp, matching the old limited-edition 997.2 GT3 RS 4.0 from 2012.

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    2015 Porsche 911 GT3 RS

    The track-tuned model is quicker than the standard GT3, capable of hitting 62mph in 3.3 seconds compared to the standard car’s 3.5 second time. While 0-124mph takes a shade over 10 seconds – it’s supercar fast.

    The RS also adopts the wider Turbo body shell instead of the Carrera 4 shell used by the GT3, meaning it has a significantly fatter stance. Despite the wider body, the RS is actually around 10kg lighter than the 1430kg GT3.

    Visually, the RS is obviously a more serious beast than the ‘ordinary’ GT3. It sits lower, and on wider wheels and tyres while an aggressive aerodynamic package gives it a race car-like appearance. At the front there’s a larger splitter and cooling ducts over the front wheel arches to reduce front axle lift at high speed. At the rear – you’ll have no doubt noticed – is a massive rear wing that looks like it has been plucked from the track-only 911 GT3 racer. The roof has also been modified to incorporate a ‘double-bubble’ to reduce weight and improve the aero efficiency of that rear wing.

    Because the RS uses a Turbo shell, it also gets a pair of air intakes ahead of the rear wheel arches – presumably necessary to stop the engine catching fire like another certain GT3 model…

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    2015 Porsche 911 GT3 RS

    Inside, the RS gets the same lightweight carbon-backed seats as the 918 Spyder Weisach Pack, and a new steering wheel which it shares with the Cayman GT4, also shown at Geneva.

    Porsche claims the new GT3 RS can lap the Nurburgring in around 7 minutes 20 seconds, or about 15 seconds quicker than the standard car.

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    Porsche Cayman GT4 revealed

    New Porsche Cayman GT4 revealed with a manual gearbox and all the Porsche Motorsport goodies ahead of the Geneva motor show.

    Oh how the Porsche purists wept when the execs announced the new 911 GT3 would no longer be available with a manual gearbox. They wrote angry letters, held protests and it seems Porsche heard the calls to keep the manual gearbox loud and clear. Still, the GT3 remains PDK dual-clutch auto only. Sigh… But, Porsche has today announced a new motorsport model that is manual only – it’s called the Cayman GT4.

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    There has long been rumors that Porsche held back the Cayman sports car because it didn’t want its entry-level sports car being faster than the iconic and more expensive 911. Now though, it seems that Porsche is fully exploiting the performance advantages its little mid-engine monster has over the bigger rear-engine 911.

    The new GT4 uses the bigger 3.8-litre flat six from the 911 Carrera S, developing 380hp, rather than the 3.4-litre engine from the existing Cayman S and GTS variants. That’s still 20hp down on the standard Carrera S – which means the Cayman effectively has a detuned version of the 911’s engine, so there’s still some favoritism going on. The Cayman’s standard six-speed manual gearbox is used and the 0-62mph sprint takes 4.4 seconds.

    The GT4 isn’t just a Cayman with a bigger engine. The car has been completely reengineered, according to Porsche. The standard bodyshell has been strengthened for increased stiffness and rigidity, the whole car sits 30mm lower than the already-very-low GTS, and most of the suspension has been changed for Porsche motorsport parts. The GT4 uses the bigger 911 GT3’s front axle and suspension while the rear suspension features new forged aluminium wishbones. The dampers are from the GT3, as is the electric power steering system, though new software has been added.

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    As you’ve probably noticed, the aerodynamics of the Cayman have also been altered with track work in mind. At the front there’s a more aggressive bumper which incorporates a large splitter, while a big lairy wing sits on the rear deck lid. Porsche say the Cayman produces just as much down force as the GT3 – 100kg at speed.

    Despite its larger engine, the GT4 weighs exactly the same as the 350hp Cayman GTS – 1340kg without fluids -, while customers can delete items like satnav and aircon to reduce weight further or option lightweight carbon fibre seats. Stopping power is supplied by standard steel brakes, though carbon ceramic items can be specified.

    The Porsche Cayman GT4 will make its public debut at the Geneva motor show next month and go on sale towards the end of this year.

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  • Videos

    Daughter Reunites Stepfather With A Porsche (VIDEO)

    Project cars don’t always work out the way one would hope. Time, money, and life can get in the way. Still, if giving up a project car means you get to marry the woman of your dreams and then raise her daughter, it’s the right thing to do. That’s what a man named Dave did. Years ago, he had a 1973 Porsche 914. He gave up the car, sold it off in parts, and walked away from it.

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    Clearly that move paid off, because he raised a wonderful daughter named Kristin.

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    She worked hard, saved money, and tracked down a nearly identical Porsche 914 for her step-dad. The car was found in Arizona, which hopefully means it’s a rust-free example, and it was then put on a transporter bound for Philadelphia. Kristin gave Dave a Father’s Day card to thank for being such a good dad. Then it was time to give him the real present. The cameras were rolling, and Dave’s reaction is priceless, once he finds out that the Porsche parked there is for him.

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  • Super Cars

    Porsche’s Secret 911 Aero Concept (VIDEO)

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    Not everyone has the time or money to visit Porsche’s official museum in Stuttgart, but that’s okay, as Porsche is bringing its museum to you. In a series of videos revealing secret Porsche concepts, the German automaker has revealed an old V-8 prototype 911 and even a mid-engined concept—but the latest shows a 1980s experiment in aerodynamics.

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    At a glance, the 1984 concept doesn’t look particularly special. Okay, so it lacks the large impact bumpers and myriad plastic trim of a mid-eighties 911, but the shape is still the 911 we know and love. Don’t let its familiarity fool you, however—there are plenty of subtle changes. The rear spoiler is perhaps least subtle, looking similar to the units used on later 911 Turbos. The front bumper is quite different from a regular mid-’80s 911 too—smoother and formed in a single piece, rather than made from multiple sections.

    In fact, with these additions it’s surprising how close the ’84 911 looks to the later 964 series cars built from 1989 to 1993, and even the subsequent 993 series, launched in 1993. It’s changes like the wheel that give the prototype away as such—the one-piece units are very obviously non-standard, another experiment in reducing drag. The end result is a drag coefficient of 0.27—a figure that modern 911s are only just beginning to approach. A regular 911 of the time had a barn-door drag coefficient of 0.40, illustrating the value of the changes. Who knows how 911s might have progressed without experiments like the Aerodynamic Concept?

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    Porsche’s Secret 911 V-8 Prototype (VIDEO)

    Porsche 911 Secrets: V8 concept

    While the idea of stuffing a V-8 engine into a Porsche 911 is nothing new—owners have been doing it for ages, and RUF even offered one in 2010—the idea that Porsche almost did exactly that itself is something not everyone might know. Here, we get a look at the secret prototype for a factory-built 911 with V-8 power.

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    Built for testing in 1984, the prototype, developed during work on the Type 965, uses a 32-valve Audi V-8 engine, though Porsche is said to have planned its own V-8 engine design if it had moved forward with production.

    Porsche 911 Secrets: V8 concept

    The V-8 965 was intended as a more affordable, higher volume successor to the 959 supercar, complete with all-wheel drive and active suspension. Porsche’s then-new R&D boss Ulrich Bez (now CEO of Aston Martin) killed the project in December, 1988, however, due to manufacturing complexity and rapidly rising costs.

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  • Super Cars

    The New Porsche Boxster GTS Looks Great, Sounds Even Better (VIDEO)

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    The Porsche Boxster is an undeniably great sports car. It was so good when it was introduced in all-new 981 form that we named it our 2013 Best Car To Buy. For the 2014 model year it’s getting even better with the addition of the GTS model.

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    An extra 15 horsepower and 7 pound-feet of torque over the Boxster S bring the new totals to 330 horsepower and 274 pound-feet of torque from the 3.4-liter flat-six engine. But the upgrades don’t stop there: Sport Chrono and Porsche Active Suspension Management are standard, as is a six-speed manual transmission–though the fantastic PDK dual-clutch is available as an option.

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    Darker wheels, redesigned front and rear bumpers, bi-xenon headlights with dark surrounds, black-tipped exhaust outlets, and black lettering offer exterior visual cues that mark the GTS apart from the rest of the Boxster line; inside, Alcantara and leather trim and standard sport seats improve the atmosphere.

    For the full details on the 2014 Porsche Boxster GTS (and its hardtop alternative, the Cayman GTS) read our preview here.

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  • News/ Super Cars

    Porsche Boxster and Cayman GTS Revealed (PHOTOS)

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    The latest Porsche Boxster and Cayman are two of the most capable sports cars on the planet. In fact, both have been voted Motor Authority’s Best Car To Buy in recent years. However, never one to rest on its laurels, Porsche has now enhanced both cars by launching more potent ‘GTS’ versions.

    Porsche’s GTS models are aimed at buyers after something sportier than the regular S models, and typically feature more power under the hood, unique styling treatments and a number of extras in the cabin. Short for Gran Turismo Sport, Porsche first applied the GTS badge on its legendary 904 Carrera GTS in 1963. Since then the appellation has been used for a handful of models including the 924 GTS and 928 GTS of the 1980s and ‘90s, and in more recent times for the previous 997-series 911 and the latest Cayenne and Panamera.

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    Both the Boxster GTS and Cayman GTS feature the 3.4-liter flat-six engine from the respective S models, and here it’s been tuned to deliver an additional 15 horsepower and 7 pound-feet of torque for both. This means the Boxster GTS is delivering 330 hp and 273 lb-ft of torque, while the Cayman GTS is good for 340 hp and 280 lb-ft.

    Further emphasizing the distinctive character of the GTS models is the addition of Porsche’s Sport Chrono package and Porsche Active Suspension Management (PASM) as standard. These offer the driver the opportunity to not only modify the damper stiffness, but also subtly change the throttle characteristics of the engine. The Sport Chrono package also includes dynamic engine mounts, which stiffen automatically under acceleration, cornering or braking in order to reduce the effects of mass transfer during dynamic maneuvers, thus helping to improve agility. An optional sports chassis setup can also be fitted, which lowers the car by 20 millimeters.

    A six-speed manual is standard on both, but the Porsche PDK dual-clutch transmission is the quicker option here. With the latter equipped and Launch Control activated, the Boxster GTS will sprint to 60 mph from rest in just 4.4 seconds. The Cayman GTS, meanwhile, needs just 4.3 seconds to achieve the same feat. Top speed for the Boxster GTS is 174 mph with the manual, and 177 mph for the Cayman GTS, also with a manual. No top speed figures for cars with the PDK have been given.

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    Onlookers will able to recognize the GTS models by their darkened wheels, which measure 20 inches across. The cars also feature bi-xenon headlights with darkened surrounds, new bumpers at both ends, a sport exhaust with black tips, and black lettering. For the cabin, the GTS models get sports seats, leather trim and Alcantara accents.

    The Porsche Boxster GTS and Cayman GTS will likely be shown to the public for the first time at April’s 2014 New York Auto Show as sales are scheduled to commence this summer. Pricing for the Boxster GTS is set at $74,495, and comes in at $76,195 for the Cayman GTS. Both prices include a $995 destination charge.

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  • Super Cars

    Porsche 911 GT3 Rear Steering Demonstrated (VIDEO)

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    It’s one thing to know your super high-tech new street/track toy can steer its rear wheels to improve maneuverability at slow speeds, or increase stability at high speeds. But it’s another thing to actually see that steering process in motion–after all, you’re usually in the car driving it when it happens.

    Fortunately, there’s this video from Elephant Racing, which demonstrates just how the rear-steering system on Porsche’s newest 911 GT3 works. You’ll see the actuation rod that does the actual rear-wheel steering, how the movement is handled by bushing compliance in the other rear suspension components, and what it looks like with the wheel both on and off.

    It’s a simple thing, really, but also amazingly complex in its interaction with the driver’s inputs. Having experienced the same steering system in the new Porsche 911 Turbo for ourselves, it’s also almost completely transparent to the driver; it’s something that just happens, and is only somewhat noticeable at parking lot speeds.

    For the full details on the new Porsche 911 GT3, check out our preview here.

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  • Super Cars

    Your Weekly Fix Of Car Porn (PHOTOS)

    Bugatti Veyron Car Porn

    For those of you who like to drool over ridiculously good-looking cars, you are not alone. Web2Carz will now be bringing you 10 swoon-worthy automobiles every Wednesday that will always be easy on the eyes and get you through the rest of the week! Happy hump day, if you know what we mean! For our inaugural week, we have the ten hottest super cars we could find.  

    AventadorThis Aventador of a mocha cappacino. Cars + coffee = love. (Source)

     

    FerarriRed means go in this Ferarri (Source)

     

    Jaguar
    Modeling comes very naturally to the Jaguar XJ220. (Source)

     

    McLaren P1
    Does this P1 look like it’s smiling? How can it NOT be a happy car? (Source)

     

    McLaren P1 And here is a view of an M1’s rear … for good measure. (Source)

     

    Pagani Huayra interior
    Pagani Huayra interior … insides are pretty.

     

    Porsche 911
    This Porsche 911 is our Black Beauty. (Source)

     

    Spyder
    Green accessories? Hell yeah. This Sypder can do whatever the hell it wants. (Source)

     

    Rolls-Royce An all-white Rolls Royce interior. Think of it as a modern-day carriage to roll up to the ball in.

     

    Veyron
    We leave you with this Bugatti Veyron. *No words* (Source)


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  • Top 10s

    Finalist Announced For World Car Of The Year! Who Gets your Vote? (PHOTOS)

    World Car of the Year finalists announced

    The upcoming New York International Auto Show will see the awards giving out for the world car of the year. The finalist in a range of categories have been announced. Here are the 11 finalists for the 2014 World Car of The Year in the ‘Performance’ category. Which model get’s your vote?

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    Mercedes-Benz A/CLA45 AMG World Car of the Year finalists announced>> Mercedes-Benz Unveil The GLA45 AMG ‘Concept’ in L.A.

    Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 Roadster World Car of the Year finalists announced>> Which Lamborghini Aventador Is the Best? The Coupe vs The Roadster? Who You Got? (VIDEO)

    Ford Fiesta ST World Car of the Year finalists announced>> Watch the Making of The Real Life ‘Ford Fiesta’ Transformer In Epic Time Lapse Video

    Ferrari 458 Speciale
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    Chevrolet Corvette Stingray World Car of the Year finalists announced>> Meet the New 2015 Corvette Stingray Z06 Live At The Detroit Auto Show (LIVESTREAM)

    BMW M6 Gran Coupe World Car of the Year finalists announced>> Watch the 2014 BMW M6 Gran Coupe New TV Commercial

    Audi RS 6 Avant World Car of the Year finalists announced

    Alfa Romeo 4C World Car of the Year finalists announced>> See The New Alfa Romeo 4C Images Revealed

    Who has your vote?

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  • Super Cars

    Porsche Exclusive Crafts a Gold-Painted 911 Turbo (PHOTOS)

    Porsche Exclusive, the customizing division of the Stuttgart-based sports car manufacturer, has been personalizing vehicles since 1986. Every once in a while, we get to see some of their cars, as this latest example: a 911 Turbo in Lime Gold Metallic. The unique color is obviously the most striking feature of the car, but Porsche Exclusive did more than just add the blingy paint. The 911 Turbo in Lime Gold Metallic also features blacked-out Bi-Xenon headlights including Porsche Dynamic Light System (PDLS), privacy glazing, taillights in clear glass look and 20-inch Sport Classic wheels.Porsche Exclusive Crafts a Gold-Painted 911 Turbo (PHOTOS) Porsche Exclusive Crafts a Gold-Painted 911 Turbo (PHOTOS) Porsche Exclusive Crafts a Gold-Painted 911 Turbo (PHOTOS)

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    Porsche Shows the Beauty of a Perfect Pit Stop (VIDEO)

    The Perfect Porsche Pit stop!

    Practice makes perfect.

    Racing is a form of art in itself. It’s a beautiful cooperation between man and machine as the vehicle is controlled over an asphalt canvas with thousands of pieces working in harmony to turn speed into a masterpiece.

    One of the more overlooked aspects of racing is the coordination and teamwork required to get a vehicle in and out of the pits as quickly and efficiently as possible. Races can be won or lost here, and having the right team working together like a well-oiled machine can be a huge advantage.

    With Porsche returning to Le Mans in 2014 with their 919 Hybrid prototype racer, they’ve already begun practicing on their pit stops and their fluid speed is a thing to admire. It’s never too early to prepare, especially when every second counts.

    Source: Porsche

    The Perfect Porsche Pit stop!
    The Perfect Porsche Pit stop!
    The Perfect Porsche Pit stop!

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    Watching This Man Draw Up A Porsche Panamera In High-Speed Is Seriously Cool (VIDEO)

    Do you recall the days when you were a kid and school was all about pencils, pens and paper? If you do, then there’s a good chance you filled tomes of empty pages with scribbles and perhaps even automotive designs of all sorts. Whether you were as good at it as Marcello Barenghi, is another story…

    The Italian illustrator’s YouTube page reads: “I started drawing as a child, but in 1994, I quit. One day I was amused and inspired by a 3D illusion drawing video and I started drawing again after twenty years!”

     

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    The 2014 Porsche 911 Carrera S is in a Class Above its Rivals (VIDEO)

    The perception surrounding Porsche and their infamous 911 has all changed over the years, from its unforgiving early days to its most recent reputation as a ‘tour de force’ in its respective class.

    However, with all of the new rivals hot on its heals such as the 2014 Corvette C7 Stingray, Audi R8 V10 Plus and Nissan GT-R, is it still the first choice sports car? Can it compete with other great models that are further down the £90,000 price spectrum?

    2014 Porsche 911Carrera S

    Matt Farah’s recent ‘Drive Review’ of the Porsche 911 Carrera S says it all. He had the privilege of testing the luxury model recently, when he drove the very yellow Porsche around the famous Chuckwalla Valley Raceway, in California. Boy, he had been missing out, as this car blew him away.

    Watch the Matt Farah high praise review below:

    The 911 demonstrated amazing grip, steering feel and agility, and the acceleration was staggering. The exquisitely built 400 horsepower engine can do 0-60 in under three seconds. As Matt said, “you’re paying for the precision that you really don’t get anywhere else”.

    2014 Porsche 911Carrera S

    As for the build quality, Matt hits the nail on the head, “it’s nicer than a three hundred thousand dollar supercar” both in the exterior build and a touch of class from the inside. Now that is exceptional praise indeed.

    2014 Porsche 911Carrera S

    The Porsche is the ultimate dream. As Matt Farah claimed, “In the next two years I’m going to find a way to buy a Porsche because when you buy one everything else seems a bit sh**y”. If you’re lucky enough for that dream to become a reality, then you will require specialised insurance, to cover your pride and joy.  That’s where Express Insurance comes in handy – it will take care of all of your sportscar coverage needs.

    But, what about it’s rivals? We look at three sports cars to see if they can give the Porsche a run for its money: the 2014 Corvette C7 Stingray, Audi R8 V10 Plus and the Nissan GT-R.

    2014 Corvette C7 Stingray

    Corvette C7

    Price is a big standout for the Corvette. In fact, the recent ‘Chris Harris On Cars’ review put it in the same league as the Porsche 911, to prove money is not always the best indicator of what a car can do. The Corvette costs around £40,000, a big contrast to the 911 Carrera S’s hefty starting price of approximately £90,000, with an additional £40,000 worth of options! Yes, the options package costs the same as the Corvette. Crazy!

    Performance wise, the C7 is exceptional and the only real let down is the “slow and cubersome automatic gearbox”, which means it lacks the overall incisiveness of a Porsche.

    >> Chris Harris Thinks The 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Is “Fucking Brilliant Fun” (VIDEO)

     

    Audi R8 V10 Plus

    Audi R8

    Audi’s R8 has evolved and improved with the recent V10 plus, giving it the power to rival the Porsche. With its dynamic dual-clutch gearbox and revised styling, it’s the best it has ever been. The V10 plus has a great engine and is packed with character.

    What it lacks is the Porsche’s razor-sharp edge, but it’s definitely a desirable sports car that will be at the top of anyone’s list.

    >> A Closer Look At The Audi R8 V10 Exterior and Interior From The Detroit Auto Show

     

    The Nissan GT-R

    Nissan GT-R

    This model really is a technological marvel and its performance will give some of the world’s fastest supercars a run for their money. It comes with an impressive 543bhp 3.8-litre twin-turbo V6, giving it unmeasurable performance. On the looks front it sadly can’t compete with the Porsche – the exterior is clunky with lots of square lines and the bland looking interior leaves a lot to be desired.

    >> The Nissan GT-R Radzilla is an LED Monster! (VIDEO)

    All of these sports cars are clearly impressive, but the Porsche really does win the race as the ultimate exciting ride.

     

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  • News

    Porsche’s First Car Found After Being Left In A Shed For 112 Years

    The first Porsche ever built has been untouched since 1902. Officially called the Egger-Lohner C.2 Phaeton, this electric car from 1898 has ‘P1? engraved onto all of the key components standing for Porsche 1, done by the then 23-years old Ferdinand Porsche himself.

    The P1 took to the streets of Vienna on June 26, 1898, making it one of the first vehicles registered in Austria. Porsche’s first design included a compact electric drive weighing 286 pounds and offering an output of 3 hp, or up to 5 hp in overloading mode, allowing it to reach up to 22 mph. When driven in this manner, speed was regulated via a 12-speed controller.

    The overall range could span up to 50 miles. Under the electric system was coachbuilder Lohner’s alternating vehicle body, which allowed the vehicle to be used all year.

    Porsche's First Car Found After Being Left In A Shed For 112 Years

    Porsche's First Car Found After Being Left In A Shed For 112 Years

    Porsche's First Car Found After Being Left In A Shed For 112 Years

    Porsche's First Car Found After Being Left In A Shed For 112 Years

    Porsche's First Car Found After Being Left In A Shed For 112 Years

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  • Super Cars/ Videos

    Some Crazy Bastard Entered A Porsche 911 GT3 In The Monte Carlo Rally

    Porsche 911 GT3 Rally

     A Porsche 911 entered the Monte Carlo Rally for the first time since 1986. Here’s how the car fared, and here’s a bunch of videos of it sliding through the tarmac/snow/ice rally.

    The crazy bastard in question is Belgian Marc Duez. How crazy is M. Duez? Back in that aforementioned year of 1986, Dez was rallying a Group B Metro 6R4, which was basically an updated Mini with 3/4ths of a Formula One engine in the back seats.

    How did Duez enter the 2014 Monte? He raced in the RGT class, which allows for all kinds of RWD sports cars, not the least of which being the Lotus Exige. And where did Duez’s car come from? He explained it all to Best of Rallye Live.

    My car is based on a 996 Cup and was built a few years ago,” he says. “Back then, 10 cars were lifted from the Porsche production line for the Belgian Rally Championship where they were authorised to compete. This is one of those cars and it was bought by Fly Motorsport.

    How did Duez do? Not awful! It had decent pace, but retired midway through the rally with mechanical issues. here’s a bunch of spectators trying to keep Duez going as his car suffers


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  • Videos

    Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee: Jay Leno & Seinfeld Drive A Rare 1949 Porsche 356/2

    Jay Leno: Comedy is a Concealed Weapon (S03E03) | Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee Hilarious comedians Jerry Seinfeld (Seinfeld) and his special guest, Jay Leno (The Tonight Show), drive a rare 1949 Porsche 356/2 to Jones Coffee for Jay’s first ever cup of coffee.

    We’re hooked on this new show, such a simple concept and works so well. Watch below and tell us what you think:

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    One Man’s 28 Year Journey To Own A Porsche (VIDEO)

    A 28 Year Hunt for a Porsche

    A 28 Year Hunt for a Porsche

    This is a story of one man’s 28 year journey to own a Porsche 930. After a unforgettable life changing experience at a Porsche dealership when he was younger, Jim Goodlett made it his mission in life to own this magical supercar.

    Jim Goodlett’s 1984 Porsche 930 Turbo is a beautiful example of a classic Porsche 911, but it also represents the accomplishment of a goal he set for himself as a young man who could only dream of one day owning this supercar.

    Watch Jim’s heartwarming story below:

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  • Super Cars

    Porsche Blows the Top Off Retro-Sexy 911 Targa, Priced from $101,600 (VIDEO)

    Porsche Blows the Top Off Retro-Sexy 911 Targa, Priced from $101,600

    Porsche Blows the Top Off Retro-Sexy 911 Targa, Priced from $101,600

    Porsche is returning back to the 911’s roots with the new Targa edition that is making its world premiere at the 2014 Detroit Motor Show today.In a nicely done nostalgic approach that mimics the original 911 Targa of 1965, Porsche fitted the new 991-generation model with a roof bar, a movable front roof section, and a wraparound rear window. However, unlike the classic model, on the new 911 Targa, the roof segment can be opened and closed at the push of a button, with the top automatically stowed away behind the rear seats.

    Positioned between the traditional coupe and convertible editions of the 911 for those who want a bit of both, but are willing to make a few compromises, the Targa will be offered in two engine variants, both exclusively with AWD featuring the wider rear track and body, and the same Porsche Traction Management (PTM), found in all other 911 all-wheel-drive models.

    The range starts with the 911 Targa 4 that sports a 3.4-liter flat-six with 345hp (350PS), which when equipped with the optional Porsche Doppelkupplung (PDK) dual-clutch transmission and Sport Chrono package, accelerates to 60 mph (96km/h) in 4.6 seconds topping out at 174 mph or 280km/h (175 mph or 282 km/h with the manual transmission).

    At the top of the line is the 911 Targa 4S, which just like its coupe and convertible siblings, has a 3.8-liter boxer engine producing 395hp (400PS). It sprints from zero to 60 mph (96km/h) in 4.2 seconds when equipped with optional PDK and Sport Chrono package reaching a top speed of 183 mph (295km/h) when equipped with a manual transmission and 182 mph (293 km/h) with PDK.

    As far as U.S. pricing is concerned, the base 911 Targa 4 will have an MSRP of $101,600 while the 911 Targa 4S model starts at $116,200, with both prices excluding a destination charge of $995.

    Porsche plans to commence deliveries of the 911 Targa in the U.S. this summer.

    via: Carscoops

    For more photos visits  Carscoops.com

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  • Videos

    New Porsche Panamera Commercial Is So Hot It Is Ice Cool! (VIDEO)

    Porsche Panamera Commercial Competition

    Porsche Panamera Commercial Competition
    Porsche and Spotlight Cinema Networks collaborated on a video contest where contestants illustrated Thrilling Contradictions through the art of film in a 60 second commercial.

    Inspired by the new Porsche Panamera, Ross Cohen’s video “Fire and Ice” took the number one spot and we can certainly see why. It is awesome, and wonderfully illustrates that the seemingly paradoxical can collide in beautiful and exhilarating fashion.

    For his efforts, Cohen will receive a trip to the Chicago International Film Festival, and you might see the short in the pre-movie advertisements in a theatre served by Spotlight Cinema Networks.

    Check it out…

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    Porsche 918 Spyder Driven And Drifted By Chris Harris (VIDEO)

    Chris Harris drives the super high tech Porsche 918 Spyder hybrid hypercar on track.

    Many doubted Porsche when they unveiled the 918 Spyder hybrid hypercar. On paper at least it would wade into battle against its key rivals, the McLaren P1 and the Ferrari The Ferrari, on the back foot. So Porsche raised the total power output to a whopping 887hp.

    Then there were those very loud voices claiming that doing a hybrid supercar was the wrong thing for Porsche to do. Why not just have that 608hp V8 and the carbon tub without all of the heavy batteries weighing it down? There was even controversy around whether Porsche could sell each of the 918, million-dollar hybrids that it planned to build. But then the 918 smashed the Nurburgring lap record and everyone just sort of nodded in awe.

    Now Chris Harris has driven the car and delivered his verdict. It seems the Porsche 918 Spyder is quite the car….

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    Amazing! You Can Now 3D Print A Porsche (VIDEO)

    Create your own 3d porsche

    Create your own 3d porschePorsche has released data that gives you the ability to 3D Print of Porsche Cayman.

    3D printing will quickly become the norm and you will have the ability to 3D print anything imaginable. Porsche have taken note! They have released 3D printing data for its Porsche Cayman S  coupe. 

    If you have access to a 3D printer already, then head to the Porsche website now and you own your own model Cayman. Official details here.

    Like us, if this is not the case, then enjoy the video below that explains the while thing:

           

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    This Porsche Desert Outlaw Video Is Simply Breathtaking! (VIDEO)

    This Porsche Desert Outlaw (VIDEO)


    ‘Desert Outlaw’ is, perhaps, the car porn video of the year. Who knew a Porsche 911 driving through a desert could be so damn beautiful!

    Magnus Walker got behind the wheel of a Porsche 911 on the El Mirage dry lakebed, which surprisingly, has made for one of the most breathtaking videos of the year. This is for the upcoming Tamir Moscovici Sony Playstation feature documentary, ‘KAZ’

    If this short film is anything to go by then this doc will knock our socks off!

    DESERT OUTLAW from Tamir Moscovici on Vimeo.

    Like this? Why not Follow us on Twitter @CarhootsApp and ‘like’ us on Facebook to get the coolest viral car content!

     

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  • Celebrity Cars

    Harry Styles Incredible Sports Car Collection Will Make You Super Jealous | (PHOTOS)

    Harry Styles' incredible car collection

    Harry Styles' incredible car collection
    Pop star Harry Styles from One Direction seems to have a car obsession and at only 19 years old he already has an impressive collection!

    This week he was spotted driving another nice model – a vintage 1970’s classic white Ford Capri.
    Harry Styles car collection
    It’s not the first flash car he’s been caught driving. We’ve also seen him behind the wheel of more modern cars this year – the Audi R8 Coupe and a Range Rover. Check out the images of Style’s cars – which one is your favourite?
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    Harry Styles Range Range Rover Sport
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    Classic Choice: Harry Styles in a vintage Jaguar E-Type
     
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    Audi R8 – living the dream! 
     
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    Porsche 911 GT3 – A closer look

    2014-Porsche-GT3

    Yes, yes, the rumours are true. The new Porsche 911 GT3 does NOT come with a manual gearbox. The idea is that if you want to go fast, which we’ll assume GT3 drivers do, you need to minimize gear shift times and the simple fact of the matter is, a PDK dual clutch system can disengage the clutch, pluck out the next gear, order up a burst of torque from the 3.8 litre flat six, and re-engage the clutch in less than 100 milliseconds all before you’ve even thought about moving a lever or pushing a pedal. And as an added bonus, a PDK equipped car drinks less juice.  

    That said, it’s still quite a lot of juice, at best the GT3 will do precisely 22.8mpg. But hippies won’t know that since the 911 vaguely resembles a VW Beetle – according to tie-dye enthusiast at least.

    You might argue that removing the manual box from what is, supposedly the purists 911 is somewhat defeating the purpose, and you might be right. Or you might not be. You see, Porsche has done an extraordinary amount work getting the calibration of the GT3’s PDK box absolutely spot on and the outcome is a gearbox that apparently behaves like a sequential box from a GT3 race car, which may or may not make parking, reversing and other trivial car activities that don’t include driving briskly difficult, but no matter because on the track where the GT3 belongs it should be sublime. Fortunately the PDK behaves itself in automatic mode and is no less smooth or refined than the standard specification PDK system.

           Porsche 911 GT3 sunset 

    There are also some cool functions built in that allow the driver to have a bit of fun in the same way that he or she would with a manual gearbox equipped car. Pull both paddles, mash the throttle and shift up and the car will detect that you want to go a bit sideways and so it’ll do a ‘clutch kick’. This is good – unless you’re a bit ham fisted, then you’ll end up in a hedge and no doubt insurance companies will love that. 

    Similarly, according to Porsche if you want to take off “with more wheel spin than strictly necessary” – which lets face it you do, you poser – you can pull both paddles, give it some beans and then select first, this has the effect of dropping the clutch. Who said the Germans don’t know how to have fun? They’ve done all kinds of math calculations – 3×3, 2+2 etc. -, scribbling on bits of paper, and randomly shouting of the word “Scheiße!” lots – probably – just so the car will still do burnouts, drifts and general hooniganism. They’re a dedicated bunch.  

    Admittedly all of this work does seem a bit pointless when you consider that a manual ‘box would’ve been cheaper, it would’ve weighed 30kg less, and less people who aren’t necessarily Porsche customers would’ve been angry. 

    However, the PDK is obviously faster and allows for a launch control system, but more importantly it appeals to a wider audience so at £100,530 Porsche will undoubtedly sell more of these new GT3’s to more cashed up numpty’s who simply want a Porsche with a massive spoiler than previous models. Driving up car insurance around the co

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    We could probably ramble on about the PDK ‘box and reminisce about the good ‘ol days of manual gearboxes like the confused elderly would for years and years, until our stripy jumpers look about as fashionable as a James May and our nasal hair needs trimming. But it’s probably best we move onto something else.

    How about the engine?

    As you’d imagine there’s flat six living in the boot, it’s the 3.8 liter flat six from the Carerra S actually. However its been modified to produce more horsepowers. Porsche has given the GT3’s engine an intake manifold, a new valve setup, titanium conrods – mm titanium – and forged pistons. It’s also got a dry sump that allows the engine to withstand the many, many G forces experienced when the GT3 is pounding around the Nurburgring in under 7min 30sec – three seconds quicker than the Ferrari 458. These engine modifications bring the GT3’s redline up to a dizzying 9000rpm – NINE thousand! – where it produces 475hp. It takes just 3.5 seconds to fling the GT3’s lithe 1430kg curb weight to 60mph – thank the PDK here -, and its top speed is 196mph, so it’s quick, then. 

    The electric power steering has also been recalibrated for the GT3 and while it shares its hardware with the standard 911, apparently it’ll give more feedback and response. 

    This new GT3 also features rear wheel steering, which is both very complicated and very fascinating. Basically there are two electromechanical actuators tucked up inside the extra wide rear track that can alter the rear wheels’ steering angle by up to 1.5 degrees. The most fascinating thing is how the system varies with speed, at speeds of up to 31mph the rear wheels turn in the opposite direction to the fronts and that effectively reduces the wheelbase by 150mm which makes the car feel more agile and edgy. Be a bit naughty and go over 80mph – on a circuit, not the road, obviously – and the rears steer in the same direction as the fronts, this effectively increases the wheelbase by 500mm which gives more high speed stability. How boffiny is that!?

    Here’s a video of the new 911 GT3 in action…

          

    Are you bothered by this new PDK only 911 GT3? Or do you just desperately want one? Let us know by tweeting us @CarhootsUK

    By Aiden Taylor ( @AidenT_RD )

     

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