2017 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Estate version makes its debut

Article by Christian Andrei, on July 4, 2016

The estate version of the new Mercedes-Benz E‑Class was presented at the Mercedes Cup tennis tournament in Stuttgart. The new E-Class Estate boasts of providing the most spacious interior in its segment. Its sportier roofline does not in any way compromise the headroom and elbowroom in the rear cabin – in fact they are the largest in this class. Moreover, the new E-Class Estate offers between 670 liters and 1,820 liters of cargo capacity, which means that its load compartment is one of the largest in the segment.

As standard, the backrest of rear bench seat could be positioned at a steering angle of around 10‑degrees – resulting to an increase of 30 more liters of cargo volume, while still allowing all five seats to be used. Also, the rear seat backrest could fold down in a 40:20:40 split, thereby offering several interior configurations that would favor either the passengers or the cargo.

The backrests could be released through the electric switches placed in the load compartment and to the right and left next to the backrests. In addition, as soon as later this year, Mercedes will be offering a third folding bench seat for children on the new Estate.

Ola Kallenius, a member of the Board of Management at Daimler AG who oversees Mercedes-Benz Cars Marketing and Sales, quipped that the E-Class Estate -- as dynamic as the brand can be – is as spacious as what its customers expect. Kallenius noted that the Estate is laden with a number of intelligent features like the cargo position for the rear seat backrest – featuring a 40:20:40 split. Kallenius added that the Estate is provided with all the innovations found in the new E Class. Mercedes paid special attention to the dimensions and practicality of the load space.

In fact, the new E-Class Estate is one of the few vehicles that could load a Europallet. Thanks to a minimum load compartment width of 1,100 mm between the wheel arches, Mercedes was able to retain the dimensions of its predecessor model. Likewise, the new Estate comes with the combined cargo cover and net as well as an electric drive that allows the load compartment cover to move upwards when the tailgate is opened. Included as standard is the electromechanical EASY-PACK tailgate that could be opened and closed with a press of a button for easy loading and unloading.

Users could halt the tailgate and limit its opening angle to avoid contact with the garage roof. Customers may want to avail of the optional Keyless-Go with Hands-Free Access that makes loading and unloading much easier. With this optional feature, all that’s needed is to make a kicking motion with a foot below the rear bumper to open or close the boot lid. Other options that allow more convenient cargo loading and unloading are the trailer coupling and the EASY-PACK load-securing kit.

The latter enables users to employ the load compartment in a more versatile and safer manner with the use of rails on the floor, fasteners, a telescopic rod and luggage holders. On the other hand, the new Mercedes E-Class Estate features, as standard, a self-leveling rear air suspension that helps ensure that the vehicle remains horizontal even when fully loaded (745 kg max depending on the model) or when all the towing capacity is in use (2100 kg max).

Customers may also want to avail of the optional Air Body Control all-round air suspension. The Mercedes E-Class Estate may come with an even higher level of everyday utility with the power-adjustable retractable and extendible trailer coupling with ESP trailer stabilization as well as optional Crosswind Assist. When not needed, the trailer coupling hides behind the rear bumper.

But when it’s required, the trailer coupling could be swung out with the electric controls – located on the driver’s door or on the tailgate -- thereby automatically keeping this feature in its operational position. Additionally, the new Mercedes E-Class Estate is provided with a holding device for cycle racks, with the trailer coupling specified two extra bolts on the ball coupling for supporting a cycle rack. This feature hikes the load capacity to 100 kg and four bikes.

Exterior Design

Simply echoing the Estate’s dynamic, practical yet luxurious nature is its exterior that is modern and stylish. Looking like the Saloon model through to the B-pillar, the Estate features a powerful silhouette that flows from its long bonnet, across its roof with its sporty curve into the rear of the vehicle.

The Estate’s dynamic proportions are helped by its long wheelbase, short overhangs and large wheels as well as by its high beltline and the low stretched side windows. Also, the sides of the Estate are marked by exaggerated lines flowing into the greenhouse and extending towards the rear. Moreover, the Estate features roof rails with aluminum silver rail lines that visually accentuate its sportiness. Interestingly, the front end of the Estate varies according to the selected design and equipment line.

The most basic Estate model is provided with classic Mercedes radiator grille with the star on the bonnet. However, the Exclusive line features a slightly different design. The Avantgarde and AMG Lines, meanwhile, feature a central star on the sports radiator grille. On the other hand, the rear end of the Estate features broad shoulders over the rear wheel arches while a roof spoiler with a third brake LED light determines the maximum height by which the tailgate could be opened.

The tail end and the rear window are laden with horizontal lines that -- along with the two-piece LED tail lights with integral chrome trim -- visually highlight the Estate’s width. LED reflectors at the rear provide the Estate’s with a design highlight by day and night while the wide, chrome-plated handle on the tailgate serves as a visual focus. Just like on the front, the rear differs according to the chosen design and equipment.

The base version of the Estate is given a rear bumper with a black insert with a diffuser look and as well as exhaust system with concealed tailpipes. A multi-piece rear bumper – with a continuous chrome wing – is provided on all lines, as well as a stainless steel load sill guard.

Interior Design

Meanwhile, the roomy interior of the Estate uses only high-quality materials like open-pore woods, wood in a yachting look and a novel metal fabric.

Customers may also opt to have the doors and the beltline covered in leather. Every detail inside the Estate is a product of special attention to detail, excellent craftsmanship and carefully selected materials. Customers may avail of various shades of brown like macchiato beige/espresso brown or macchiato beige/saddle brown. Design and equipment lines, meanwhile, include improved ambience lighting with 64 colors.

Occupants are treated to well-sculpted ergonomic seats that provide unmistakable Mercedes comfort even in long journeys. Interestingly, the seats also differ in each line. In addition, the new Estate gets a Heat Comfort package that includes heated armrests in the doors and on the center console as well as the seat heating Plus.

Two optional wide high-resolution 12.3-inch displays are available for the instrument panel, merging under a shared glass cover to form a widescreen cockpit. Drivers could have these displays show only the information and view they consider as relevant. They could even choose from three different styles: "Classic", "Sport" and "Progressive."

Estate drivers could now control the instrument cluster and multimedia system through the touch-sensitive controls on the steering wheel. Moreover, the new E-Class Estate features the LINGUATRONIC voice control system and a touchpad with controller – which could recognize handwriting -- on the center console. Drivers are also provided with direct-access buttons for controlling the air conditioning and for activating and deactivating some driving assistance systems. Interestingly, the rear cabin of the E-Class could become an entertainment hub -- a communications center and a cinema (available starting December 2016) -- thanks to the iPad Rear Seat Integration Plug & Play, available for iPad 4, Air and Air 2 models.

Customers would only need to first pre-install the optional Entertainment and Comfort system. A holder – to be availed from any Mercedes-Benz retailers – will be inserted into a slot on the back of the front seats. Once inserted, this holder can be turned and tilted to enable use of an iPad. In June, Mercedes will launch a new Concierge Service for E-Class models – the Mercedes me connect -- aimed at providing participating customers with options for getting personalized support.

For instance, participating customers could reserve a restaurant, receive information on certain cultural and sporting events, or send navigation destinations to the vehicle. It could even provide vehicle diagnostics after an accident. To access Mercedes me connect, registered users will only need to establish a phone connection with the Concierge Service -- in a preset language in 19 countries across Europe -- using either the connect app or the iCall button in the overhead control panel.

The rest will be taken care of by the personal assistant. Of course, safety is always paramount with any Mercedes vehicle. The carmaker’s concern for safety has always included young passengers. Thus, for the E-Class Estate, Mercedes is introducing the new KIDFIX XP child seat, which was developed in collaboration with child seat maker Britax Romer. Designated to group II/III, the new KIDFIX XP child seat – in exclusive Limited Black cover -- is suitable for children between four and 12 years of age, and between 15 kg and 36 kg.

In accordance with Euro NCAP requirements, the backrest of the new KIDFIX XP child seat can be removed. . Amazingly, the new E-Class Estate could be considered as one of the quietest estate vehicles in its class. By design, an estate has noise and vibration levels inferior to a saloon, no thanks to its large resonating body. However, Mercedes was able to significantly reduce noise vibration on the E-Class Estate, thereby making any journey – especially the longs ones – more comfortable both for the driver and passengers.

This was achieved by employing an array of measures, like employing struts that helps strengthen the front end of the bodyshell and main floor – resulting in a rigid body that transmits less noise. Mercedes also worked to insulate noise out of the cabin by using special insulation on the bodywork -- the bulkhead, sidewalls and main floor – and sound absorbers on the wheel arches and under the rear seats. The vehicle’s chassis, axles and steering system feature a kinematic design that could minimize disturbances caused by the road surface, by out-of-balance wheels or during braking.

Also, the German premium carmaker optimized the engine and transmission mounts in terms of noise levels, with some versions offered with switchable engine mounts. Moreover, the carmaker sealed the door handles and the door joints and optimized details regarding the geometry of the sealing sections for the side windows.

Moreover, the carmaker enhanced the formed parts for the inside sealing rails, allowing them to be linked to the window run channel sans any gaps by positive locking. Aeroacoustic optimization were also made for the exterior mirrors, the A-pillar, the roof structure and the tilt/sliding sunroof module. In addition, Mercedes introduced an array of wind-deflection measures -- wind deflector, covers and seals – on the panoramic sliding sunroof to ensure that the new E-Class is as quietly comfortable as its predecessor, even with its larger opening.

Powertrain

At launch, the new Mercedes E-Class Estate will be available in three models: E200, E220 d and E 250. The E 200 is powered by a four-cylinder petrol engine that provides 135 kW (184 hp) while the E 220 d gets a newly developed four-cylinder diesel engine that delivers 143 kW (194 hp).

Meanwhile, the engine for the E 250 develops up to 155 kW (211 hp) of output and up to 350 Newton-meters of torque. This launch will be followed by four more models in the fourth quarter of 2016: E 200 d, E 350 d, E 400 4MATIC and Mercedes‑AMG E43 4MATIC Estate. Serving as core of the new E 200 d is a powerplant that boasts an output of 110 kW (150 hp) while at the heart of the E 350 d is a new six-cylinder diesel engine.

The E 400 4MATIC, meanwhile, is powered by a six-cylinder petrol engine developing 245 kW (333 hp) of output and 480 Newton-meters of torque. At launch, all models will feature, as standard, the new 9G‑TRONIC nine-speed automatic gearbox.

For those seeking more thrills from the E-Class Estate, they could opt for the Mercedes‑AMG E43 4MATIC Estate that is powered by a 3.0‑litre V6 bi-turbo engine that offers 295 kW (401 hp) of output and is mated to 9G‑TRONIC automatic transmission with shortened shift times. This model is also specified with AMG Performance 4MATIC all-wheel drive and model-specific sports suspension.

Press Release

The new Mercedes-Benz E-Class Estate: Game, set and space

The estate version of the new E‑Class is all set to be served up at the MercedesCup tennis tournament in Stuttgart: making its début, the sixth-generation model is as dynamic as the tennis pros and as spacious as centre court. Innovative engineering and a compelling conception of space make it the most intelligent estate that Mercedes-Benz has ever built. At the same time, the first performance stage celebrates its première in the shape of the Mercedes-AMG E43 4MATIC.

In terms of the space on offer, the Mercedes-Benz E-Class Estate continues to be one of the favourites in its segment: it has a cargo volume of up to 1820 litres and, in spite of a much sportier roof line, headroom and elbowroom in the rear are in turn the best in this class. From as soon as late 2016, the Estate will again be available with a third, folding bench seat for children.

"The new Estate is as dynamic as the Mercedes-Benz brand and as spacious as our customers expect. Intelligent features such as the cargo position for the rear seat backrest with its 40:20:40 split as standard allow even better use to be made of the generous load-carrying capacity," says Ola Källenius, member of the Board of Management at Daimler AG and responsible for Mercedes-Benz Cars Marketing and Sales. "And what is more, the Estate obviously has all the innovations of the new E Class - the most intelligent executive saloon in the world."

For the market launch, the new estate will be available in the E 200 model version with a four-cylinder petrol engine (135 kW/184 hp) along with the E 220 d (143 kW/194 hp) featuring an entirely newly developed four-cylinder diesel engine, and the E 250 delivering 155 kW (211 hp) and 350 newton metres of torque. In the fourth quarter of 2016, the E 200 d will follow with its output of 110 kW (150 hp) accompanied by the E 350 d, which has a six-cylinder diesel engine, and the E 400 4MATIC containing a six-cylinder petrol engine that generates 245 kW (333 hp) and 480 newton metres of torque. At market launch, all models are equipped as standard with the new 9G‑TRONIC nine-speed automatic transmission.

The first performance stage of this all-rounder is the Mercedes‑AMG E43 4MATIC Estate, which will likewise be available from the fourth quarter. With the powerful 295 kW (401 hp) 3.0‑litre V6 biturbo engine, 9G‑TRONIC automatic transmission with shortened shift times, AMG Performance 4MATIC all-wheel drive and model-specific sports suspension, it boasts the AMG brand's hallmark driving performance and increased agility.

Intelligent load compartment: large, versatile and easy to access

With a capacity of 670 to 1820 litres, the E-Class Estate's load compartment is one of the biggest in the segment. As standard, the rear bench seat has new cargo-related functionality: it is possible to position the backrest at an approximately 10‑degree steeper angle. This creates an additional 30 litres of cargo volume while continuing to enable full use to be made of five seats.

In addition, the rear seat backrest folds down in a 40:20:40 split as standard, opening up plenty of potential configurations between transport capacity and seats. To release the backrests, there are electric switches located in the load compartment and to the right and left next to the backrests.

The developers paid particular attention to practical dimensions and innovative management of the load space: for instance, the new E-Class Estate is one of the few car models that can accommodate a Europallet. With a minimum load compartment width between the wheel arches of 1100 millimetres, it was possible to retain the preceding model's very good measurement. The proven combined cargo cover and net is back, offering both security from prying eyes and safety. Thanks to the electric drive, the load compartment cover moves upwards when the tailgate is opened.

The EASY-PACK tailgate provided as part of the standard equipment can be opened and closed very easily at the touch of a button for comfortable loading and unloading. Operation is electromechanical. To prevent the tailgate making contact with the garage roof, for example, it can be halted in any position and its opening angle limited.

Optional KEYLESS-GO with HANDS-FREE ACCESS makes loading even more convenient: all that is required is to make a kicking motion with a foot underneath the rear bumper and the boot lid can be opened and closed fully automatically. You don't need to have your hands free or to place any items of luggage on the ground. This ease of operation is now also possible in conjunction with the trailer coupling (optional extra).

The EASY-PACK load-securing kit (optional extra) allows the load compartment to be used in a versatile and safe manner. This clever solution for managing the load space includes rails in the vehicle floor, fasteners, a telescopic rod and luggage holders.

A self-levelling rear air suspension continues to be part of the vehicle concept as standard. This ensures that the Estate always stays horizontal, even when fully laden (up to 745 kg depending on the model) or with all the towing capacity in use (up to 2100 kg). With AIR BODY CONTROL, all-round air suspension is available as an option.

The now fully power-adjustable retractable and extendible trailer coupling with ESP® trailer stabilisation and Crosswind Assist (optional extra) also offers a high level of everyday utility. If the trailer coupling is not needed, it disappears behind the rear bumper. To hitch up a trailer or mount a cycle rack, simply swing it out using the electric controls and automatically keep it in place in the operational position. The controls for this are located in the tailgate or driver's door.

Exceptionally secure and easy to fit, the holding device for cycle racks is a world first. The trailer coupling has two extra bolts on the ball coupling to support a suitable cycle rack safely. This enabled the load capacity to be increased to 100 kg and four bikes.

Exterior design: dynamic proportions, powerful-looking at the rear

The new E-Class Estate appears modern, confidently stylish and dynamic, and looks like the Saloon model through to the B-pillar. From the long bonnet, a silhouette emerges that flows excitingly across the long stretch of roof with its sporty curve into the powerful rear of the estate with its steeply tapering rear window. Short overhangs, a long wheelbase and large wheels make for dynamic proportions. In conjunction with the high beltline, the low, stretched side windows make the vehicle seem longer. Flowing into the greenhouse, the sidewall's positively exaggerated lines extend powerfully towards the rear. For the first time, roof rails are organically integrated as part of the standard equipment. This too emphasises the Estate vehicle's athletic nature. The rail lines are aluminium-silver in colour.

Completing the exterior form, the rear end has broad shoulders over the rear wheel arches for a sensual look. A roof spoiler with a third brake light (LED) defines how high the broad, functional tailgate can open. From a visual perspective, horizontal lines at the tail end and the rear window both emphasise width, as do the horizontally aligned, two-piece LED tail lights with integral chrome trim. Complementing the form, LED reflectors underscore the vehicle's character by creating a design highlight by day and night. On the tailgate, the wide, chrome-plated handle acts as the visual centrepiece.

As on the Saloon model, the powerful front will vary depending on the chosen design and equipment line. The base version features the classic Mercedes radiator grille with the star on the bonnet, as does the EXCLUSIVE line with a slightly different design. The AVANTGARDE and AMG Lines can be recognised by the central star on the sports radiator grille. Each variant of radiator grille gives the E‑Class a distinctive character, be that elegant with an emphasis on status or dynamic.

The design and equipment lines also differ at the rear: the rear bumper on the entry-level model has a black insert with a diffuser look and the exhaust system has no visible tailpipes. All lines have a multipiece rear bumper with a continuous chrome wing. As standard, all Estate models come with a load sill guard in stainless steel.

Interior design: a synthesis of emotion and intelligence

Inside, too, the Estate utilises the Saloon's award-winning design. The instrument panel can be adorned with two optional wide, high-resolution and brilliant displays, each with a 12.3-inch screen diagonal. Located under a shared glass cover, they merge to form a widescreen cockpit. The driver may configure the fully digital display to show the information and views that are relevant for them. There are three different styles to choose from: "Classic", "Sport" and "Progressive". Touch‑sensitive controls on the steering wheel allow the instrument cluster and multimedia system to be controlled at the swipe of a finger and have made their début in the new E-Class.

Further controls are provided in the form of a touchpad with controller in the centre console, which can also recognise handwriting, plus the LINGUATRONIC voice control system. There are also direct-access buttons for controlling the air conditioning, for example, and for convenient activation and deactivation of certain driving assistance systems.

High-quality materials define the interior style. They include open-pore woods, wood in a yachting look with flowing lines as a contemporary interpretation of inlaid wood and a novel metal fabric. The use of authentic materials is continued in the optionally leather-covered doors and the beltline. Another Mercedes hallmark clearly in evidence is the high-quality look and feel created by meticulous attention to detail and craftsmanship. Just as carefully composed is the material and colour concept with various shades of brown, including attractive colour combinations such as macchiato beige/espresso brown or macchiato beige/saddle brown. The design and equipment lines include enhanced ambience lighting featuring 64 colours and therefore offer plenty of opportunities for personalised adjustment.

When it comes to the seats, their ergonomic, sculptural form combines Mercedes‑Benz's hallmark suitability for long journeys with a refined, sporty look, featuring a unique design for each line. Other new features in this segment are a Heat Comfort package including heated armrests in the doors and on the centre console and the quickly responding seat heating Plus.

Mercedes me connect Concierge Service: personalised attention

Even the standard Mercedes me connect services make life for Mercedes-Benz drivers easier all-round - for example, vehicle diagnostics in the event of a breakdown or an accident. The new Concierge Service that launches for E-Class models from June gives participating customers a variety of options to obtain personalised support: from making a restaurant reservation to obtaining tips about tourist routes, information on cultural and sporting events and bookings through to sending navigation destinations directly to the vehicle.

Gaining access is straightforward: registered Mercedes me connect users can establish a telephone connection with the Concierge Service in a preset language in 19 countries across Europe using either the iCall button in the overhead control panel or the connect app. The personal assistant takes care of everything else.

Rear Seat Entertainment System and child safety: practical solutions

In a few simple steps, the rear bench seat in the E-Class becomes a communications centre and a cinema (available from December 2016) courtesy of iPad® Rear Seat Integration Plug & Play. Preinstallation for Entertainment and Comfort (optional extra) is a necessary prerequisite. The holder available as a genuine accessory from Mercedes-Benz sales intermediaries is simply inserted into the slot provided on the back of the front seats. The holder can be turned and tilted and facilitates the use of an iPad®. iPad® Rear Seat Integration Plug & Play is available for the iPad® 4, Air and Air 2 models.

Mercedes-Benz is extending its range of high-quality and safe restraint systems for the little ones with the addition of the new KIDFIX XP child seat. The new model has been developed in cooperation with child seat manufacturer BRITAX RÖMER and is assigned to group II/III, making it suitable for children aged between around four and twelve and in the weight range from 15 to 36 kg. The backrest of the Mercedes-Benz child seat can be removed in accordance with Euro NCAP requirements. With its exclusive Limited Black cover, the new model perfectly blends into the Mercedes-Benz E-Class's interior.

Relieved of much noise and vibration: one of the quietest estate vehicles

In the interior, the new E-Class Estate is one of the quietest vehicles in its class - even though an estate is at a disadvantage by design compared to a saloon due to the large resonating body. Quiet running and low vibration make a significant contribution to the level of energising comfort, particularly on long journeys.

A whole raft of measures help to reduce vibrations and noise. As on a cabriolet, struts strengthen the main floor and front end of the bodyshell. For that reason, the vehicle body is very rigid and transmits less noise. Special insulation on the bodywork (including on the bulkhead, sidewalls and main floor), as well as sound absorbers under the rear seats and on the wheel arches, keep noise out of the vehicle interior. The kinematic design of the chassis, axles and steering system reduces disturbances that can be caused by the road surface, the wheels being out-of-balance or when braking. Engine and transmission mounts have also been optimised in terms of noise levels and some model versions deploy switchable engine mounts.

Various aeroacoustic measures have been taken. These include sealed door handles, seals on the door joints and optimising details associated with the geometry of the sealing sections for the side windows. Improvements have also been made to the formed parts for the inside sealing rails so that these are connected to the window run channel without any gaps by positive locking. As on the E-Class Saloon, the exterior mirrors and A-pillar have also been optimised in terms of aeroacoustics. The roof structure and the tilt/sliding sunroof module have been aeroacoustically improved to benefit noise comfort in these areas too. In the case of the panoramic sliding sunroof, multiple wind-deflection measures (wind deflector, covers and seals with the appropriate geometry) ensure the same high level of noise comfort as in the preceding model, despite the larger aperture.

The Acoustic Comfort package is available as an optional extra. A special acoustic film in the windscreen and side windows ensures low levels of background noise in the vehicle interior. The Acoustic Comfort package contains further sound-insulating measures such as additional insulation in the rear footwell and on the centre tunnel. To provide excellent heat insulation in the interior, the windscreen, side windows and rear windows are made of laminated safety glass with another layer of film that absorbs infrared. Surfaces in the interior like the armrests, steering wheel and seats get less hot from solar radiation as a result.

Intelligent Drive: all the E-Class innovations are on-board

As the most intelligent executive saloon, the new E-Class sets new benchmarks in terms of safety, comfort and reducing the driver's workload. These innovations are, of course, also available on the Estate. Active Brake Assist is fitted as standard. It is able to warn the driver of impending collisions, provide optimum support with emergency braking and if necessary also autonomously apply the brakes. In addition to slower-moving, stopping or stationary vehicles, it can also detect pedestrians crossing the danger zone ahead of the vehicle.

Other highlights include the DRIVE PILOT: this system represents Mercedes‑Benz's next step along the road to autonomous driving. As Distance Pilot DISTRONIC, it is not only able to automatically keep the car the correct distance behind vehicles in front on all types of road, it can also follow them at a speed of up to 210 km/h for the first time.

The Remote Parking Pilot is also new: for this first time, this system allows the vehicle to be moved into and out of garages and parking spaces remotely using a smartphone app, enabling the occupants to get into and out of the car easily, even if space is very tight.

50 years ago: the first official Mercedes-Benz estate

In August 1966, the Mercedes-Benz Universal made its début within the official Mercedes-Benz sales programme. This station wagon was built by IMA, a partner in Belgium, on the basis of the 200 D to 230 S fintail models. Despite innovations such as a split rear seat backrest, self-levelling rear suspension and an optional third row of seats, this variant proved unsuccessful: only 2754 of them were built in the years up to 1969 and the development of a successor based on the Stroke 8 model was abandoned.

New name, new model, new success: the Estate

In April 1978, the Estate 123 model series entered production and a long success story began - well over a million estate saloons have been built to date. In Germany, the Estate is known as the "T-Modell" and although the "T" suggests tourism and transport, it also stands for trendsetter. For Mercedes-Benz, the estate model is an integral part of the luxury segment and has a loyal fan base, particularly in Germany. There has been a "T-Model" in every successive generation of the E‑Class (S 124, S 210, S 211, S 212). Competitors have also followed in its wake, some of them considerably later.

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