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As the automotive world hurtles towards an electrified future, the surge of electric vehicles (EVs) is reshaping the industry’s landscape. Electric, hybrid, or plug-in, these vehicles are no longer just niche alternatives; they’re formidable contenders, boasting evolving technology that rivals traditional combustion engines.

While many EVs offer affordable options, there exists a stratum of electric cars that redefine luxury and performance with eye-watering price tags. Cars like the Spectre and Celestiq embody the epitome of opulence, catering to those with an appetite for the finest automotive craftsmanship.

For the elite few willing to shell out millions, electric supercars promise unparalleled performance and exclusivity. In our latest update, we unveil the top 20 most expensive electric cars, showcasing a spectrum of extravagance from hyper-exclusive hypercars to cutting-edge luxury sedans.

1. Aspark Owl

MSRP: $3.75 million

Aspark Owl
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The Aspark Owl, a hypercar born from the dreams of Japanese engineering, now dazzles onlookers in its homeland after crossing oceans from its Italian birthplace.

Powered by four electric motors generating an astounding 1,980 horsepower and 1,920 Nm of torque, the Owl redefines speed, rocketing from 0 to 60 mph in a mere 1.72 seconds and hitting a top speed of 260 mph.

With a range of 280 miles on a single charge, you can enjoy its blistering speed without worrying about running out of juice. These staggering figures earned it two Guinness World Records, solidifying its status as one of the fastest and most expensive EVs ever crafted.

Priced at $ 3.1 million for the standard model and $3.75 million for the fully carbon-fiber variant, the Owl commands attention and exclusivity. With only 50 units slated for production, each crafted with meticulous detail by Manifattura Automobili Torino, ownership of an Owl becomes a rare privilege.

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2. Nio EP9

MSRP: $3 million

Nio EP9
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The NIO EP9 is a game-changer in the world of electric supercars, setting new standards for performance and innovation. Priced at a staggering $3 million, it’s not just a car; it’s a statement of engineering excellence.

With its four electric motors generating a mind-boggling 1 Megawatt of power (equivalent to 1341bhp), the EP9 delivers blistering acceleration, reaching 0-100kmh in just 2.7 seconds and 0-200kmh in a mere 7.1 seconds.

But it’s not just about straight-line speed; the EP9 excels in handling too. With an aerodynamically generated downforce of 24,000 Newtons and 3g cornering capability, it’s a true track monster.

It holds the record for the fastest lap time by an electric car at the Nürburgring, clocking in at an impressive 7 minutes and 5 seconds. What’s more, the EP9 offers a range of 265 miles on a single charge and can be recharged in just 45 minutes, thanks to its cutting-edge battery technology.

3. Lotus Evija

MSRP: $2.3 million

Lotus Evija
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Priced at $2.3 million, Lotus Evija is a rare gem in the automotive world, with only 130 units slated for production. At the heart of the Evija lies its powerhouse – four electric motors churning out a staggering 1972 horsepower and 1254 pound-feet of torque.

This immense power propels the Evija from 0 to 62 mph in under 3 seconds, with a top speed surpassing 200 mph. Despite its electrifying performance, Lotus stays true to its ethos of “add lightness,” ensuring the Evija maintains agility and precision on the track.

Charging the Evija is a breeze, with technology enabling an 80 percent charge in just 12 minutes and a full charge in 18 minutes. With a projected range of 250 miles, it’s a hypercar that promises both speed and practicality.

Inside, the Evija exudes luxury and sophistication, with carbon-fiber seats, climate control, and a premium infotainment system. While it may not boast a plethora of driver-assistance features, its focus on pure driving exhilaration is evident in every aspect of its design.

4. Pininfarina Battista

MSRP: $2.2 million

Pininfarina Battista
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Priced at $2.2 million, Pininfarina Battista represents a new era of luxury and performance. With a jaw-dropping 1900 horsepower from its pure electric powertrain, the Battista is a true powerhouse on wheels.

Accelerating from 0 to 100 km/h in just 1.86 seconds and boasting a top speed of 350 km/h, it outpaces even Formula 1 cars. Yet, it achieves all this with zero emissions, setting a new standard for environmentally conscious performance.

Each owner has the opportunity to personalize their Battista, creating a bespoke masterpiece that reflects their unique style and personality. Inside, the Battista offers a luxurious driving experience, with meticulously crafted seats adorned in sustainably sourced leather and a state-of-the-art infotainment system.

Every detail is carefully considered, from the interior finishes to the exterior jewelry pack, ensuring that each Battista is a work of art in its own right.

5. Rimac Nevera

MSRP: $2.2 million

Rimac Nevera
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The Rimac Nevera isn’t just a car; it’s a statement of automotive engineering excellence. Priced at a staggering $2.2 million, this all-electric hypercar redefines the limits of performance and luxury.

With a mind-bending 1877 horsepower generated by its four electric motors, the Nevera accelerates from 0 to 60 mph in a blistering 1.85 seconds, making it quicker than anything we’ve ever seen. And with a top speed of 258 mph, it’s in a league of its own.

Inside, the cockpit is a masterpiece of design and craftsmanship, with carbon fiber accents, suede finishes, and state-of-the-art technology. Three screens provide essential vehicle information, while customizable options allow owners to tailor the interior to their exact specifications.

Each of the 150 units produced can be customized with various materials and colors, ensuring that every owner gets a truly unique experience. But perhaps most impressive is the Nevera’s range. With an estimated 205 miles on a single charge, it’s proof that electric power can deliver both performance and practicality.

6. Deus Vayanne

MSRP: $2 million

Deus Vayanne
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The Deus Vayanne is a masterpiece of luxury electric hypercars, embodying the perfect fusion of design, performance, and functionality. Crafted in Austria, manufactured in Italy, and electrified in the United Kingdom, it stands as a testament to collaboration and innovation in the automotive world.

From its parametric grilles to its smooth lines, every detail exudes sophistication and allure. Underneath its stunning exterior lies a powerhouse of performance.

With a staggering 2,243 horsepower and 2,040 Nm of torque, the Cayenne accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in under 1.99 seconds and reaches a top speed of over 400 km/h. Yet, despite its incredible speed, it offers a range of 500 km on a single charge, thanks to its 85 kWh battery and advanced cooling system.

With front and rear storage space, generous ground clearance, and an adjustable suspension system, it’s as practical as it is powerful. And with its Active Sound complex system, you can customize the exterior exhaust sound to match your driving style.

7. Hispano Suiza Carmen Boulogne

MSRP: $1.9 million

Hispano Suiza Carmen Boulogne
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The Hispano Suiza Carmen Boulogne emerges as a captivating blend of heritage, luxury, and cutting-edge technology, redefining the boundaries of electric super-coupés. Priced at a staggering $1.9 million, it embodies exclusivity and sophistication in every detail.

Designed to pay homage to Hispano Suiza’s racing legacy, the Carmen Boulogne boasts a carbon fiber exterior adorned with copper details, reminiscent of its victorious past. Underneath its sleek exterior lies a powerhouse of performance, propelled by a formidable 1,114 hp electric powertrain.

With an 80 kWh T-shaped battery pack and four lightweight motors driving the rear wheels, the Carmen Boulogne delivers effortless acceleration and dynamic handling.

On the track, the Boulogne exhibits impressive stability and traction, thanks to its well-balanced chassis and torque-vectoring technology. Despite its silent powertrain, it offers an exhilarating driving experience that rivals combustion-powered supercars.

8. Drako GTE

MSRP: $1.3 million

Drako GTE
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Crafted by successful Silicon Valley entrepreneurs and lifelong car aficionados, the Draco GTE boasts unparalleled performance and groundbreaking technology. With four electric motors delivering a combined 1,200 horsepower, this limited-edition EV offers a driving experience like no other.

But what sets the Draco GTE apart goes beyond its impressive power output. It’s about redefining the very essence of driving. Unlike conventional electric cars focused on efficiency and range, the GTE prioritizes dynamics and handling, making it a true performance driver’s tool.

With its advanced torque-vectoring system and DriveOS software, it delivers unprecedented control and precision, allowing drivers to push the boundaries of what’s possible on the road. Despite its size and weight, the GTE dances through corners with ease, providing a level of agility that defies conventional wisdom.

Sure, the price tag may raise eyebrows, but the Draco GTE isn’t about monetary value—it’s about passion and innovation. It’s a beacon of hope for automotive enthusiasts who fear the homogenization of electric cars into mere commodities.

9. Rolls-Royce Spectre

MSRP: $422,750

Rolls-Royce Spectre
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Rolls-Royce is pushing the boundaries of luxury with its latest creation, the 2024 Spectre coupe. Priced at a hefty $422,750, this all-electric marvel promises to redefine opulence in the automotive world.

Equipped with a dual-motor electric powertrain delivering a robust 577 horsepower and 664 lb-ft of torque, the Spectre offers a blend of performance and refinement unlike anything else on the road.

While its acceleration to 60 mph in 4.2 seconds may not rival that of some competitors, Rolls-Royce prioritizes serene cruising over outright speed.

The Spectre’s 102.0-kWh battery, borrowed from the BMW i7, provides an estimated driving range of up to 291 miles per charge, ensuring ample flexibility for affluent buyers who prefer private jet travel to road trips. And with DC fast-charging as standard, recharging is a breeze for those with estates equipped for such luxuries.

Step inside the Spectre’s cabin, and you’re enveloped in a world of unparalleled comfort and sophistication. Safety is paramount in the Spectre, with a suite of driver-assistance features including automated emergency braking and adaptive cruise control coming standard.

9. Faraday Future FF 91 2.0 Futurist Alliance

MSRP: $309,000

Faraday Future FF 91 2.0 Futurist Alliance
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Powered by three electric motors delivering a jaw-dropping 1050 horsepower, the FF 91 2.0 Futurist Alliance accelerates from 0 to 60 mph in a blistering 2.27 seconds.

With a 142 kWh battery pack, it offers an impressive EPA-estimated range of 381 miles on a single charge, surpassing many of its rivals in the electric vehicle market. But it’s not just about power and range; Faraday Future has spared no expense in crafting an unparalleled driving experience.

The FF 91 features “zero gravity” seats with a 60-degree recline angle, ensuring maximum comfort for occupants during long journeys. With 27-inch rear passenger displays, passengers can enjoy entertainment and connectivity like never before.

Limited to just 300 units globally, each car comes with an array of bespoke features, including exclusive wheel designs and personalized AI technology. Owners also receive professional track-time training and an Apple Watch loaded with vehicle control features, adding an extra layer of luxury to the ownership experience.

10. Cadillac Celestiq

MSRP: $340,000

Cadillac Celestiq
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The Cadillac Celestiq, expected to start around $340,000, represents Cadillac’s finest craftsmanship and technological advancements. Inside, the cabin is equally impressive, featuring a 55-inch digital dashboard, Eames-inspired bucket seats, and a host of customizable options to tailor the experience to each owner’s preferences.

Underneath its sleek exterior, the Celestiq is powered by a dual-motor all-wheel-drive electric powertrain, delivering around 600 horsepower and propelling the sedan from 0 to 60 mph in just 3.8 seconds.

While not aiming to be a sports sedan, the Celestiq offers a comfortable ride with an adaptive air suspension system and rear-wheel steering for enhanced maneuverability.

Safety features abound, including automated emergency braking, lane-keeping assist, and GM’s Ultra Cruise hands-free driving system. While the Celestiq’s driving range of around 300 miles per charge may not match that of some competitors, its fast-charging capability ensures quick refueling stops when needed.

11. Lucid Air Sapphire

MSRP: $249,000

Lucid Air Sapphire
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Lucid Air Sapphire, priced at $249,000, epitomizes the pinnacle of electric luxury sedans with unrivaled performance and cutting-edge technology.

Beneath its sleek exterior lies a powerhouse of engineering prowess, propelling the Air from 0 to 60 mph in an astonishing 1.89 seconds and offering a range exceeding 427 miles on a single charge.

Its performance surpasses even high-end competitors like the Porsche Taycan and the Tesla Model S, setting a new standard for electric vehicles. The Air’s interior is a testament to luxury and innovation, featuring premium materials, spacious seating for four adults, and state-of-the-art infotainment systems.

Despite its impressive performance, the Air prioritizes comfort and refinement, delivering a smooth ride thanks to its adaptive air suspension system and advanced traction-control technology. Whether cruising on the highway or navigating city streets, the Air offers a driving experience unlike any other.

With its advanced driver-assistance features and commitment to safety, the Air provides peace of mind on every journey. Lucid’s dedication to innovation extends to its warranty coverage, ensuring confidence and reliability for years to come.

12. Maserati GranTurismo Folgore

MSRP: $215,000

Maserati GranTurismo Folgore
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The Maserati GranTurismo Folgore, with an estimated price of $215,000, heralds the Italian automaker’s electrifying entry into the electric vehicle arena. GranTurismo Folgore promises lightning-fast acceleration, clocking 0-60 mph in a mere 2.7 seconds, thanks to its trio of electric motors generating a staggering 818 horsepower.

This performance eclipses its gasoline-powered counterparts and positions it as a formidable contender in the EV sports car segment. With a spacious four-seat coupe layout, the cabin exudes luxury, complemented by features like an expansive infotainment touchscreen, wireless connectivity, and premium audio systems.

Underneath its sleek exterior lies an 83.0-kWh battery pack, providing an estimated driving range of 240 miles. Fast-charging capabilities enable quick replenishment, with 100 km of range added in just 5 minutes, ensuring minimal downtime for exhilarating drives.

While the EPA is yet to release fuel economy figures, the GranTurismo Folgore’s sustainable interior materials, advanced infotainment, and driver-assistance features underscore Maserati’s commitment to innovation and luxury.

13. Polestar 6 LA Concept Edition

MSRP: $200,000

Polestar 6 LA Concept Edition
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The Polestar 6 LA Concept Edition, priced at an estimated $200,000, epitomizes electric luxury and performance at its peak. This exclusive edition, with only 500 build slots available, promises an electrifying driving experience.

Boasting an estimated 884 horsepower from its dual-motor powertrain, the Polestar 6 targets a blistering 0-60 mph time of just 3.1 seconds. Its 800-volt electric architecture ensures lightning-fast charging capabilities, adding 100 km of range in a mere 5 minutes.

Inside, the Polestar 6 offers a minimalist yet luxurious cabin, featuring woven flax composite panels and 3D knit upholstery. With advanced infotainment and driver-assistance technologies, the Polestar 6 delivers a seamless blend of innovation and comfort.

Set to debut as the brand’s first convertible for the 2026 model year, the Polestar 6 represents the future of luxury electric vehicles. With its unparalleled performance and eco-conscious design, it sets a new standard for automotive excellence in the electric era.

14. Porsche Taycan Turbo S

MSRP: $209,000

Porsche Taycan Turbo S
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The Porsche Taycan Turbo S, priced at $209,000, exemplifies the pinnacle of electric luxury and performance. With a breathtaking 0-60 mph time of just 2.3 seconds and a top track speed of 161 mph, the Taycan Turbo S delivers electrifying acceleration and unmatched driving dynamics.

Powered by an overboosted 700 kW (938 hp) dual-motor setup, it offers a driving experience that rivals even the most exotic supercars. Despite its performance credentials, the Taycan Turbo S doesn’t compromise on comfort or practicality.

Its elegant design, inside and out, veils its cutting-edge electric technology. Inside the cabin, advanced infotainment and driver-assistance features enhance the driving experience, while luxurious materials and customizable options elevate the sense of refinement.

While its EPA-rated range of up to 246 miles may not match some competitors, the Taycan’s rapid DC-fast charging capability ensures minimal downtime on long journeys. With an 800-volt architecture, it can charge from 5 to 80 percent in just 23 minutes, making it one of the fastest-charging electric vehicles on the market.

15. BMW i7 M70

MSRP: $168,500

BMW i7 M70
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The BMW i7 M70, priced at $168,500, emerges as a formidable contender in the realm of luxury electric cars. Featuring a potent electric powertrain, the i7 M70 delivers a serene driving experience, complemented by its near-silent operation.

Performance-wise, the i7 M70 impresses with its 650 hp output and the estimated range of around 295 miles. It accelerates from 0 to 60 mph in just 3.5 seconds, delivering agile handling and a remarkably smooth ride.

Additionally, its large 101.7-kWh battery pack supports fast charging, capable of adding 80 miles of range in just 10 minutes. In terms of interior comfort and convenience, the i7 M70 shines with its spacious, upscale cabin and high-tech features.

The optional Executive Lounge package pampers rear-seat occupants with power-adjustable reclining seats and wireless charging. The trunk space is ample, further enhancing its practicality.

16. Mercedes-Benz EQS Sedan

MSRP: $104,400

Mercedes-Benz EQS Sedan
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The 2024 Mercedes-Benz EQS Sedan, starting at $104,400, epitomizes the Peak of luxury and technology in the electric car market. The EQS Sedan is adorned with a stunning 56.0-inch glass-panel Hyperscreen, offering an immersive driving experience.

From wireless charging pads to a fingerprint-recognition system, it’s equipped with an array of high-tech features, including augmented-reality navigation and content-streaming capability.

Despite its focus on luxury and technology, Mercedes hasn’t overlooked performance and efficiency. The 2024 model introduces an all-new braking system, along with updated battery chemistry and range-boosting features like Intelligent Disconnect and a standard heat pump.

With powertrains ranging from the EQS450+ to the EQS580 4Matic, delivering up to 536 horsepower, the EQS offers a blend of performance and comfort. In terms of range, the EQS450+ leads the pack with an impressive 350 miles per charge, supported by fast-charging capability for quick replenishment.

The interior is a sanctuary of comfort and convenience, featuring standard MBUX Hyperscreen, augmented-reality navigation, and an array of luxury amenities. Safety-wise, the EQS comes loaded with standard driver-assistance technology, including automated emergency braking and blind-spot monitoring.

17. Tesla Model X

MSRP: $79,990

Tesla Model X
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The 2024 Tesla Model X, priced at $79,990, continues to captivate with its distinctive design and cutting-edge technology. Available in two models, the Long Range and the performance-oriented Plaid, the Model X offers a range of driving experiences to suit different preferences.

With 670 horsepower and an estimated driving range of 335 miles, the Long Range model balances power and efficiency. Meanwhile, the Plaid model boasts a staggering 1020 horsepower, delivering exhilarating acceleration despite its slightly lower estimated driving range of 326 miles.

While the Model X impresses with its straight-line acceleration and advanced features like Autopilot, it faces stiff competition from newer luxury electric SUVs. The interior, characterized by a minimalist design and a massive touchscreen infotainment system, may not match the sophistication of its rivals like the BMW iX or Rivian R1S.

However, Tesla’s Supercharger network ensures convenient recharging options for Model X owners, enhancing the practicality of electric driving. Despite its flaws, including build quality issues and a somewhat lackluster interior, the Model X remains a compelling choice for those seeking a blend of performance and technology in an electric SUV.

18. Audi e-tron GT

MSRP: $106,500

Audi e-tron GT
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The 2024 Audi e-tron GT, starting at $106,500, marks Audi’s entry into the realm of high-performance electric sedans, offering both exhilarating performance and eco-conscious engineering.

The e-tron GT delivers breathtaking acceleration, boasting 523 horsepower in the base model and an impressive 637 horsepower in the RS variant. Paired with Audi’s innovative two-speed transmission and all-wheel drive, this power translates into lightning-fast acceleration, with the RS model reaching 60 mph in just 2.9 seconds.

However, while the e-tron GT impresses with its performance, its driving range falls short compared to rivals like the Lucid Air and Tesla Model S, offering an estimated 249 miles for the regular model and 232 miles for the RS model.

Nevertheless, Audi has incorporated a convenient 270-kW DC fast charging capability, ensuring quick recharging on the go. Inside, the e-tron GT boasts a blend of luxury and technology, with high-quality materials, advanced infotainment features, and customizable interior options.

The cabin offers ample space for passengers and luggage, although taller rear-seat occupants may find headroom slightly lacking. Despite its shorter range, the Audi e-tron GT presents an enticing option for those seeking a thrilling driving experience coupled with the sophistication and sustainability of electric power.

19. Genesis Electrified G80

MSRP: $75,625

Genesis Electrified G80
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The 2024 Genesis Electrified G80, starting at $75,625, blends luxury and electric power seamlessly, offering a refined driving experience with eco-conscious engineering.

Equipped with a dual-motor powertrain producing 365 horsepower, the Electrified G80 delivers brisk acceleration and all-wheel-drive capability. It hits 60 mph in just 4.1 seconds, showcasing its impressive performance.

Despite the transition to electric power, the G80 maintains its composed handling and agility, enhanced by a standard rear-wheel-steering system. Powered by an 87.2-kWh battery pack, the Electrified G80 achieves an estimated 282 miles of range per charge, making it a competitive option in the EV market.

Charging from 10 to 80 percent takes approximately 22 minutes with a 350-kW DC fast charger, ensuring convenience on long journeys.

Inside, the cabin exudes luxury, featuring soft leather upholstery, premium materials, and advanced technology. The Prestige trim level offers additional luxurious features, including three-zone automatic climate control and a driver-attention monitor.

20. BMW i5

MSRP: $68,000

BMW i5
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The 2024 BMW i5, priced starting at $68,000, introduces BMW’s electrifying take on the mid-size sedan segment, combining performance, luxury, and eco-friendliness. Available in two models, the eDrive40 and the M60 xDrive, the i5 offers versatility to suit different driving preferences.

The eDrive40 boasts 335 horsepower and a rear-wheel-drive setup, prioritizing range efficiency, while the M60 xDrive impresses with a robust 590 horsepower and all-wheel-drive traction, delivering exhilarating performance.

Equipped with an 84.3-kWh battery pack, the i5 achieves an estimated range of up to 295 miles for the eDrive40 and 256 miles for the M60 xDrive. The fast-charging capability enables convenient replenishment, with a 30-minute charge from 10 to 80 percent capacity.

Plus, BMW offers three years of complimentary 30-minute charging sessions at Electrify America stations. Inside, the i5 provides a luxurious and spacious cabin, with premium materials and advanced technology.

Safety features include automated emergency braking and blind-spot monitoring, with optional upgrades like BMW’s Highway Assistant hands-free driving mode. The i5 also comes with BMW’s standard warranty coverage, ensuring peace of mind for owners.


In conclusion, the world of luxury electric cars offers a tantalizing glimpse into the future of automotive innovation. With performance, luxury, and sustainability at the forefront, the most expensive electric cars on the market represent the pinnacle of eco-friendly opulence.

As consumer demand for luxury electric vehicles continues to grow, manufacturers are rising to the challenge, pushing the boundaries of what’s possible in the realm of high-end automotive engineering.

Most of these electric cars are from foreign car brands. If you’re interested in learning more about foreign brands, here is the list of foreign car brands in the USA.


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