There has been a lot of talk in the motoring press and online about the #HolyTrinity of hypercars. For those of you who are unaware, the #HolyTrinity is comprised of the Porsche 918 Hybrid, the Ferrari LaFerrari and the McLaren P1. Youtube videographers and car magazines around the globe are dampening their trousers at the prospect of getting their hands on all three cars and testing them together.

A few of them have finally done it, lapping the cars and putting them through drag races to see which one performs best.

Regardless of who the ‘winner’ is (if there can be such a thing in these tests) we have to acknowledge that all three are beautifully executed cars that carry a lot of technology in them.

Does it trouble Koenigsegg that we’re not included in tests like these, that we’re not included in the #HolyTrinity that publications are writing about so much? Not really. Well, not until such a time as it troubles any of our customers.

Last night, I had an email from a customer. He wanted some reassurance that the Agera RS he had on order was competitive with the 0-186mph times achieved by the #HolyTrinity in this video from SuperCarDriver (SCD) on Youtube….

Disclaimer: It would normally be considered somewhat impolite for a company such as ours to talk about our vehicle’s performance this way. This is why we don’t usually talk directly about competitor cars when we do performance tests. We let the figures speak for themselves. However, in this instance, with one of our customers writing to us directly about this, we thought it important to say something, primarily to provide reassurance to our customers about the cars that they are buying.

Let’s go directly to the graphic for the 0-186mph times achieved for the three cars.

Note: 186mph is equivalent to 300kmh.


It should be said from the outset that these seem like exceptionally slow times for these cars. As noted in the video, Bruntingthorpe has a 2% incline and it’s likely that this uphill sprint had an effect on the times achieved.

Let’s compare the manufacturer’s times for 0-300 with the times achieved by SCD.

Porsche 918

SCD: 22.95 sec
Porsche: 19.9 sec (with Weissach package)

Ferrari LaFerrari

SCD: 21.99 sec
Ferrari: 15 sec

McLaren P1

SCD: 20.11 sec
McLaren: 16.5 sec

There are some absolutely crazy differences in these times. Up to 7 seconds in the case of the LaFerrari.

Let’s have a look at some comparative times for Koenigsegg cars. We’ll use the manufacturer’s claimed times rather than the SCD times because a) they’re faster and therefore fairer to the manufacturers, and b) they’re presumably not compromised by the incline in the track shown on the video.

The fastest claimed 0-300 time by any of these manufacturers is the 15 seconds claimed by Ferrari for the LaFerrari. Then comes the 16.5 seconds claimed by McLaren for the P1. The Porsche is an outlier in this instance with a time of 19.9 seconds but it is understood that the Porsche is aimed at acceleration at the lower end rather than the higher end (as shown by their exceptional, unbeaten 6:57 at the Nurburgring).

So how do Koenigsegg models compete with these times?

We are on the record – with video support – as having achieved a 14.53 second time for a 0-300kmh sprint. That time is half-a-second faster than the fastest manufacturer-claimed time from the #HolyTrinity cars.

That was with an Agera R in 2011.

We are also on the record – with video support – as having achieved an 11.922 second time for a 0-300kmh sprint. That’s a full three seconds faster than the fastest #HolyTrinity claimed time.

That was earlier in 2015 with the One:1

We don’t have an acceleration figure from 0-300kmh for the Agera RS because we don’t (yet) have an Agera RS factory test car. All the RS’s built so far are for customers. We will have our own RS test car soon.

We would expect the Agera RS in standard configuration to achieve a figure somewhere between the Agera R and the One:1, both of which are already quicker than the #HolyTrinity times. An Agera RS with the One:1 engine upgrade would, of course, be faster still.

And note that we fully expect the Koenigsegg Regera (still in shakedown testing) to get to 400kmh in under 20 seconds.


The #HolyTrinity is made up of exceptionally good performance cars that any fair-minded person would be happy to own. Acceleration is only one aspect of performance car ownership but we just wanted to demonstrate to our customers and fans that our vehicles lose no ground when compared against this lofty competition.

And with up to 2G’s of lateral grip in the One:1, we don’t think we’d lose anything in the corners, either. Our lap records at Suzuka and Spa support this, but we know that everyone is waiting for us to tackle the Nurburgring, which we definitely want to do when restrictions are finally lifted in 2016.



  1. Comment by Jeroen Hellemond

    Jeroen Hellemond November 20, 2015 at 10:46

    Wow, that gap between the One:1 and the LaFerrari says everything: to reach 300 km/h more than three seconds faster is just mind blowing.

    • Comment by Brendan

      Brendan November 24, 2015 at 04:27

      Speaking of the One:1, would it at all be possible to have it as the cover car for Forza Horizon 3 (or Forza Motorsport 7 if they’ve already decided on FH3’s cover car)? The latest car you’ve made in any of the Forza games is the 2011 Agera, and the One:1 deserves to have it’s face on the front of a highly anticipated game with a large audience such as FH3. Thank you.

  2. Comment by Nimalan S. R.

    Nimalan S. R. November 20, 2015 at 12:14

    Hey Mr. Von Koenigsegg!

    Glad to see that you’ve taken steps to put your owner’s mind at rest! It shows that you really care. And thanks to him and you, everyone will now take more than just a second glance at your company and they will also realize that your cars truly mean business!

    Those times of your record setting Agera R and One:1 really speak volumes when you compare them against the Holy Trinity! You only need to crush the Nürburgring now and your world recognition is assured!

    Still enjoying your posts,
    Nimalan S. R.

  3. Comment by Amr

    Amr November 20, 2015 at 12:25

    Much respect

  4. Comment by kacperro97

    kacperro97 November 20, 2015 at 13:49

    Great article. What’s going on with “APEX”?

  5. Comment by Robert

    Robert November 20, 2015 at 14:12

    So the One:1 has a fixed roof, right?
    Will you build a coupe from the beginning one day?

    • Comment by Jordan Kwan

      Jordan Kwan November 21, 2015 at 03:10

      the one:1 does have a detachable roof i think. you just cant store it in the front like you usually would in other koenigseggs.

    • Comment by Steven Wade

      Steven Wade November 21, 2015 at 07:09

      Jordan is correct. Every Koenigsegg has a removable roof. In every car except the One:1 the roof can be stored in the front compartment of the car. The One:1 has additional cooling vents in the front so the roof has to be left at home.

      That’s unlikely to change. It would mean designing a completely new tub chassis, which is both very expensive and unnecessary as our chassis has as much torsional rigidity as anyone else regardless of whether the roof is on or off.

      And our customers love being able to take the roof off. It’s a unique selling point that we don’t talk about enough, actually.

      • Comment by Nimalan Rajagopalan

        Nimalan Rajagopalan November 21, 2015 at 10:22

        But……but……..I thought the air scoop on the top made a removable roof impossible for the Koenigsegg One:1 Mr. Wade!

      • Comment by Robert

        Robert November 21, 2015 at 11:30

        Thanks guys!

  6. Comment by Isaac Poy

    Isaac Poy November 20, 2015 at 15:30

    Dear Koenigsegg,
    I was just thinking, that it is a little unfair for the holy Trinity, because they are all around 900+ HP and the Agera R has 1100HP I think, and the One:1 has 1360.

    So I was wondering that you should do comparisons with the standard Agera that has 923HP I think, because thats well in their power class and more fair.

    • Comment by Nimalan Rajagopalan

      Nimalan Rajagopalan November 20, 2015 at 16:32

      No offense Isaac, but I think you’re missing the fact that the Agera R, though superior in power by about 200 HP has only managed a half-second difference over the Holy Trinity and is still classified as a hypercar, the same classification of the P1, LaFerrari and the 918.

      Moreover, the Agera doesn’t seem to have a stipulated time for 0-300 km/h, so this match-up does seem fair.I will support your claim about the One:1 though;I feel the Holy Trinity is not even in the same league as the One:1.But then again,the One:1 is the best from a car company[Koenigsegg], and so are the hypercars comprising the Holy Trinity[McLaren, Ferrari and Porsche] I presume………………..but hey, I’m just speculating!

      But as always,please correct me if I’m wrong Mr. von Koenigsegg!

      My apologies if my speculations were rude in any way,
      Nimalan S. R.

      • Comment by Pepe

        Pepe November 21, 2015 at 13:41

        “Has only managed a half-second difference” over manufacturer claimed non-verified times…

        The LAF isn’t touching it’s claimed times outside fantasy world and is visibly slower than the P1 in all conducted tests so far. The faster P1 has a 0-300 km/h of 16.5 seconds, two seconds slower than the Agera R and 4.5 seconds slower than One:1. That is, if McLaren haven’t polished their numbers as well (by the looks if it they have because the car is not 3.5 seconds quicker than the 918 on Bruntingthorpe. Judging by that test it’s appears to be more in the low 17s and the LAF in the high 18s).

        So Koenigsegg are just showing professional courtesy by quoting the manufacturer claimed times, but in reality they are the only ones aside from Porsche who has actually bothered to prove their claims.

    • Comment by Leonardo V de Anda

      Leonardo V de Anda November 24, 2015 at 02:42

      it is unfair for the “holy trinity” to use electrical motors then, koenigsegg is using a humblre 5.0 V8, and just 2 turbos, being very conservative against huge V12s and electric motors, also the agera is a 2011 car while the trinity is from 2013, in all fairness ‘EGG is all around better

  7. Comment by Dmitry

    Dmitry November 20, 2015 at 16:05

    Well, #HOLYTRINITY running on a standart petrol, so it is not fair to compare One:1 or Agera R running on E85 with them. E85 availability is strictly limited or not present in some countries. So, for now we don’t know One:1 and Agera RS acceleration times on standart fuel. Really looking forward to it.

    • Comment by Jake

      Jake November 21, 2015 at 03:58

      In all fairness the vehicles were designed to run the way they were tested and at their peak. Saying it’s “not fair” to compare the One:1 and Agera RS that are running E85 to the “Holy Trinity” running standard fuel, should be a moot point. If this is unfair then the 918 isn’t fair because its awd system which the other cars don’t have. From the start they could have used whatever design they wanted.

      The other manufactures built the best cars they could, and the numbers speak for themselves. Clearly they built some amazing vehicles as they are referenced to as “The Holy Trinity”.

      However, the fact remains, all three, Porsche, Mclaren, and Ferrari with their racing heritage could have built more powerful cars but didn’t for whatever reason. Maybe they thought they were perfect as is and additional power was unnecessary. To add the the power issue VW, the parent company of Porsche, owns Bugatti who in 2005 created the 1,001bhp Veyron, and in 2010 created the ~1,200 Super Sport. If you want to dismiss the companies sharing information I’ll give you that, they may not share everything. But I’ll add the Carrera GT from 2004 developed 612bhp which is a few extra horses than the 918 produces with just it’s gas engine. The company has the resources to make a more powerful vehicle but didn’t.

      Calling these tests unfair because fuel is absurd. they even gave the Trinity the benefit of a doubt by using the Manufacturer claimed numbers

  8. Comment by George

    George November 20, 2015 at 16:22

    I do have to confess that I’ve been leaving impolite messages. Calling them girls and cowards and Saying that Agera One:1 is the Alpha and Omega. Lol Anyways. It bothers me how these people are just doing this in order to show people (who can afford such cars) a very well publicized propaganda on these cars. And usually that would be ok with me. But, when they say “Who Is the Best” or “Holy Trinity” I get a little upset. In my opinion, and actually many educated people’s opinion the Agera R, Agera One:1, and Regera ARE the real Holy trinity. But if your going to push for a Time sheet. At least throw in a REAL king.

  9. Comment by av

    av November 20, 2015 at 16:36

    Like the way you put up the facts straight without insulting others.
    Respectful behaviour-
    Shows what the company is made of.

  10. Comment by Rodolfo Tapia G

    Rodolfo Tapia G November 20, 2015 at 17:57

    Koenigsegg all the way, easily, a step higher than the “holy trinity”, a big one!!

  11. Comment by Bryan

    Bryan November 21, 2015 at 03:19

    I’ve been seeing reports of Pagani setting another record around the ‘Ring’ with their Zonda Revolution. That would mean that restrictions are already lifted, right?? Here it says they’ll be lifted in 2016.

  12. Comment by Jake

    Jake November 21, 2015 at 04:04

    Mr. Steve Wade this was an excellent article, straight to the point without talking badly of the other brands, Stay Classy Koenigsegg.

    Mr. Christoper Von Koenigsegg not everybody outside the car world may know your company exists, but because your commitment to innovation and to be the best, the number is constantly growing. Based on articles I’ve read, and the wonderful “Inside Koenigsegg” videos on /DRIVE, you, and your company seems to be comprised of some truly amazing people, Keep up the great work.

    • Comment by Nimalan Rajagopalan

      Nimalan Rajagopalan November 21, 2015 at 10:06

      Ummm………I think you made a faux pas on line 3 of your comment Jake……

      • Comment by Jake

        Jake November 21, 2015 at 21:13

        lmao oops was talking to a friend Chris before writing this, guess I should have proof read what I wrote, Good call.

  13. Comment by RICARD M (Barcelona)

    RICARD M (Barcelona) November 21, 2015 at 07:10

    Do you think it’s necessary to spent the huge amount of money that costs been at the #HOLYTRINITY? At the end it’s a question of money. Money from clients, that feels better thinking their machine is the best. Been there costs money to customers too.
    One more time at Koenigsegg are using resources in the smartest way. I love the way that the brand Koenigsegg is been built, not so slow and very strong.

    For me it’s not necessary been at #HOLYTRINITY to know which is the bes super-car company ever on this world. Koenigsegg, of course!

    In my point of view, results always shows the passion injected into the projects.

  14. Comment by paul

    paul November 21, 2015 at 10:00

    well….. I shall be sharing this with a fair few of my friends as after watching how its made, your youtube on it all I stated clearly that the one:1 is not a force to be reckoned with but they all were like “ok if you say so” and this test here surely proved my point, TOP WORK!!!
    I cant personally wait to go and see my friends dads one:1 in person as they have the only one in the UK its almost a dream come true to having something this insane that im not going to have to just drool over at a show that im not aloud to touch or sit in!

    top work is still truly the understatement for the year for this car!


  15. Comment by Ahmet Binaku

    Ahmet Binaku November 21, 2015 at 17:15

    I would try this at home. I just cant afford a Koenigsegg

  16. Comment by danielbalfoursound

    danielbalfoursound November 21, 2015 at 18:46

    I’m quite positive that Chris Harris will go spank a One:1 around Portimao and get some lap times if you gave him one

    • Comment by JGK

      JGK November 23, 2015 at 18:43

      Agera R might well already do the trick. Let alone the RS.
      Please talk to Chris Harris and get this test done. Portimao for the replacement of the Top Gear track, CH as the new Stig. I’m fine with that!

  17. Comment by Ted Cairns

    Ted Cairns November 21, 2015 at 21:30

    This is why I love you guys…. I’ve always wondered why you never get included in those tests… Absolutely love the Regera by the way

    • Comment by JGK

      JGK November 23, 2015 at 18:11

      Exactly what I want to see. But if he warms up in an Agera R and then an Agera RS on plaon fuel before trying the One:1 on E85, that would be even better.
      As a fan, I feel it’s time Koenigsegg established itself as lap time warrior as much as 0-300kph champions. The cars are light enough, the tires wide enough, the engines powerful enough. It’s then all down to honest engineering, getting the modest mass around corners after allowing the driver a late braking point.
      I honesty believe the hyped trio as I like to call them as not nearly as fast as they could have been, at a lower price point, without the hybrid mumbo jumbo. It’s adding more weight than performance, and Koenigsegg was right not to join in and do the politically correct think to make another such car. Regera is a much more elegant solution, although it seems to be a hasted one. To make use of such powerful and lightweight wheel motors and not place them in the front of the car just seems like wasting “free” performance.
      Regera COULD have matched the 918 in 4WD, more than double its electric-only power which is greatest of the trio, and then also blow away the ICE power of the LaFerrari which would barely be lighter. While at the same time having great electric-only range, on a battery pack I don’t understand to be so light for its capacity, but that’s another matter.
      Regera with front motors and One:1 aero would likely beat the P1 around Portimao also.
      P1 topped out at 185mph/298kph on its faster tire option. Regera as-is likely does way quicker, but might struggle for traction and brake power in other places. A well driven One:1 should pass every spot on the track at higher speed than the P1. Else it would be a sub-par design (at this top level), and I don’t think it is.

      I love Nordscleife lap times as much as the next guy, and deperately want a top driver to have a good go at it in all the Koenigsegg models, but Portimao would be much simpler a track to learn, and easier to go about track rent logistics. Safety is a factor also, even when driving this Swedish wondercar. Why not chase the Hypertrio, visit tracks they’ve been on, invite the same drivers used for setting published lap times.

      Chris Harris is an amazing journalist and seems to drive around more than capably in hypercars. I’d pay to see him drive an up to spec (no room for any excuses) Koenigsegg around Portimao from my armchair.

  18. Comment by Otto Elomäki

    Otto Elomäki November 21, 2015 at 23:02

    You should put Chris Harris behind the wheel of a Koenigsegg! (preferably one:1)

  19. Comment by Michael B

    Michael B November 22, 2015 at 00:55

    Top Gear! Y U no test One:1!?

  20. Comment by Trip Taylor

    Trip Taylor November 22, 2015 at 03:27

    I cannot imagine a scenario in which I would ever be able to drive (much less own) a Koenigsegg. First becoming aware of the brand in an enthusiast magazine, then grinning every time I saw that floppy lap time near the top of the Top Gear board and finally, learning that Steven Wade came to work for Koenigsegg, I have grown in respect for the company, the employees and Mr Koenigsegg.

    Reading this blog post, with it’s respect for other car manufacturers and the brand’s customers I am struck with the impression that, though this may be the realm of the One Percent ( even the .01 percent), there is a humanity here that makes me feel good.

    The cars may be excellent and the company brilliant but the greatest testament to that is the character of the organization and it’s people. After the news of Paris and Syria this past week, it’s nice to have a little positive energy come across my computer monitor. Thank you S. Wade and Thank you Koenigsegg.

  21. Comment by Charles Kiesling

    Charles Kiesling November 22, 2015 at 03:40

    So glad the world will know more about the best, most incredible car in the world. Are you going to make another season of “inside koenigsegg”? It would be really nice to see some more of that. Also, can’t wait for you guys to bring the one:1 to the nurburgring! It’s about time you showed all the other hypercar manufacturers a MEGACAR! Keep posting.

  22. Comment by Curt Bergstrom

    Curt Bergstrom November 22, 2015 at 05:38

    Koenigsegg team. I admire you greatly.

    Haven’t yet seen any reference to the April 26, 2015 “Asfaltduell” in German TV between the Porsche Spider 918 (Weissach Edition) and a Koenigssegg Agera R. (driven by Adrian Sutil). Minutes 25 to 36. Spectacular.

    The Koenigsegg complete utterly defeats the Porsche. And this in a popular car show on German TV….

    Unfortunately all in German. Koenigsegg should quickly add English subtitles.
    The moment when the German Porsche driver admits to Adrian Sutil that he was afraid and felt sick feeling the acceleration in the Koeniggsegg says it all.
    There really is no comeback for the Spider after this.

    Curt Bergstrom

  23. Comment by Wally

    Wally November 22, 2015 at 05:47

    Koenigsegg is my dream car.

  24. Comment by BigG

    BigG November 22, 2015 at 13:27

    I have been a long fan of Koenigsegg, I search for its news everyday. However, the comparison between those 3 hyper cars with the koenigseggs is not so fair. To be so, we have to compare the time with One:1 that run on the same track, which as I am aware of, the only One:1 has ever been there is the one owned by BHPproject. I tried to clock the time of BHPproject’s One:1 from his latest video (ran on E85 and upgraded turbo). The approximate time from 0-186 mph is 15-16 seconds.

  25. Comment by Piotr Bieniek

    Piotr Bieniek November 23, 2015 at 01:15

    This is absolutely amazing and i have argued this point for a while now with my friends. The thing that is always brought up, why is there such a limited amount of reviews and comparison test with your cars. I understand that you are not expected to be doing any of these tests, but are Koenigsegg vehicles so difficult to get access to? I Fully understand the limited numbers but was curious if you have had requests for your cars for a group test and this was declined by Koenigsegg??
    Thank you

  26. Comment by George Lekkas

    George Lekkas November 23, 2015 at 07:30

    Koenigsegg Regera, One:1 and Agera RS are clearly much quicker than all hypercars, including Veyron Super Sport, LaFerrari and McLaren P1. That is a fact. Agera RS is expected to run 0-300 km/h in around 14 seconds or less but still nowhere near One:1. The only question is whether Regera will manage to go from zero to 300 km/h in just 11 seconds, beating One:1………..

  27. Comment by Mark

    Mark November 23, 2015 at 10:14

    The most fascinating is not your acceleration times, or lateral G’s. It’s the fact that Koenigsegg, a small company, survived a horrible fire, and, without support of a big multinational company like Volkswagen, have been able to produce cars that shatter the competition. Amazing respect for Christian!

  28. Comment by Bryce Arnold

    Bryce Arnold November 23, 2015 at 10:21

    ‘Nuff Said… Koenigsegg commands a very dominant position in the Hypercar realm. The numbers speak for themselves. The only thing Porsche, Ferrari and McLaren have is pedigree. But… You just wait. CvK is going to show them all what a REAL Hypercar is. It has been obviously demonstrated with the conception and realization of cars like the Agera and One:1 but I guarantee you, there is more. Ferrari especially, should watch their backs. Today.

  29. Comment by Rui

    Rui November 23, 2015 at 12:04

    Shots fired!

    • Comment by Steven Wade

      Steven Wade November 23, 2015 at 12:19

      Not at all.

      It’s been amusing reading some of the coverage of this post in the online motoring media. It seems everyone wants some sort of catfight to break out and they talk about claims that we could ‘obliterate’ other companies, etc. There’s none of that in this post whatsoever. It’s all just catcalls on the part of a press machine looking for a headline.

      All we’ve done here, quite respectfully (because these are amazing companies and cars we’re talking about), is point out our strengths amidst a very loud conversation. It’s an open letter to our clients, if you will, reassuring that their money is well spent here in Ängelholm.

      The hype is just that – hype.

      • Comment by Rui

        Rui November 23, 2015 at 14:34

        Well, in a way, by pointing out your strenghts, you are making a statement.
        In my belief, if the “hypercars” that represent the “holytrinity” are the ultimate technological effort of those three brands, to produce the fastest, most powerful, better handling cars that they can put into the market, but still respecting their brand philosofies, this only prooves that koenigsegg have a car (and product) philosofie, that allow you to create and engineer cars that are, in a certain way, faster than the “holytrinity”.

        The clients and fans of the brand will, for sure, make a evaluation of the company history and market placement of your cars.

        And you’ve been doing that for a number of years!

        Also, the fact that you provide uptades for the outdated models, so clients can still have their cars with a near spec of the updated models, is clarifying of the philosofie you have towards you clients, and cars.

  30. Comment by Leonardo V de Anda

    Leonardo V de Anda November 24, 2015 at 02:46

    we all have seen on youtube vmax 200 videos of koenigseggs from the ccx to the agera R and i think a blue one:1 all destroying cars the like of laferrari, p1, 918 spyder, veyron and many others, as well as a few autobahn videos from a 918 trying and failing to chase an agera R, and another video in which they tested the acceleration of the 918 vs the agera R and in every single run the agera R won

  31. Comment by Elias

    Elias November 24, 2015 at 09:37

    Unfair to compare the One:1 with the others? That’s like telling Usain Bolt that he can’t compete since he is so fast. The LaFerrari, the 918 and the P1 are the best cars that these much larger car manufacturers can produce. So is the One:1 for Koenigsegg. They could all have put more power in their cars but they have chosen not to since they believe that this is the best way. Stop crying and just wait until the One:1 takes on Nurburgring…then you can cry

  32. Comment by PEDRO

    PEDRO November 24, 2015 at 14:50

    Now it’s time to crush lap of nurburgring ,when that happens you will achieve respect that you deserve koenisseg.
    You produce the best cars in the world remain so, good luck in nurburing.

  33. Comment by thylmuc

    thylmuc December 1, 2015 at 13:20

    Swade, I enjoy your writing as much as I ever did. But I will not switch brand out of this reason 😉

    • Comment by Steven Wade

      Steven Wade December 1, 2015 at 13:55

      Fair call, Thyl. It’s not an easy switch to make 🙂

  34. Comment by Liam Carroll

    Liam Carroll December 5, 2015 at 18:51

    Did my own little test on Forza 6, track SPA
    Mclaren P1 2:22:0
    LaFerrari 2:24.4
    Koenigsegg Agera (not R) 2:24.8
    Koenigsegg One:1 2:13.8

  35. Comment by Sunedosa

    Sunedosa December 5, 2015 at 20:12

    ONE:1 @ the ring from the newly released carpack for the Forza 6 videogame. The laptime is 6:43, hope we will find out if reality can be anywhere close to that next year.

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