Spied! 2014 GMC Sierra 1500

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We just received a message from photographer Chris Doane regarding the 2014 GMC Sierra. Here's what he wrote us:

"Two weeks ago, Chevy engineers were spied testing a large group of 2014 Silverado prototypes. That test group has now reappeared, but this time, test vehicles for the all-new GMC Sierra have come along for the ride!

"Fortunately, during one of the many pauses in testing, a Sierra prototype pulled right alongside a Silverado prototype, making the difference between the two trucks easy to see."

In the first photo in this set, the Silverado prototype in the background has one large crossbar running through the middle of the grille opening, while the Sierra prototype in the foreground has at least two thinner crossbars and a few thin vertical bars.

In addition to the difference in grille, visible on several of the prototypes, the Sierra test trucks are also wearing some familiar GMC wheels, with one truck sporting a set that looks almost identical to wheels on the recently debuted 2013 GMC Acadia.

Under the hood of the Sierra 1500 will be the new Gen V small-block V-8. It is said to be an aluminum block and will feature direct injection and cylinder deactivation. A V-6 will also be offered, but exactly which one remains a mystery. It could be the 3.6-liter V-6 found in many other models, but we know GM is also working on a turbocharged 3.0-liter. Given Ford's success with the EcoBoost F-150, we believe GM will want to match it.

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A Sierra 1500 Hybrid will continue to be offered for the next-gen models, but at least one industry source has it as a V-6-based hybrid powertrain instead of the current V-8 model. We're also hearing that the hybrid model may not be ready initially at launch.

Power for the heavy-duty models should come from updated versions of the 6.0- and 6.2-liter gas engines and the 6.6-liter Duramax diesel.

An eight-speed transmission is also in the works, but it may not be ready for the initial launch. The transmission may also see use only in the light-duty 1500 models.

The 2014 Sierra is scheduled to begin production as late as April 2013 at assembly plants in Flint, Mich., and Fort Wayne, Ind.

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Comments

I don't like the wheel liner idea, salt, mud get pack behind it. Be hard to clean when you spray water up there mud will just keep running out, and will rot you're bed out faster not being able to clean it good. I think ford learn that lesson in the 90s you always see bed wheel wells rotted out due to the stupid plastic flap liner deal, plus i rather look at steel then plastic any day.

Who cares if Chevy will not have a Denali level? Chevy guys don't. If Chevy guys really wanted a Denali that don't you think they would make it since they sell more? It's just a truck.

@Sierra, are you out of your ever living mind? That's like saying a person who spends 30-50 thousand dollars on a Camaro "doesn't care" if his new Camaro doesn't have as nice of an interior as the Mustang has or isn't equal in aspects of power to the Mustang. Or a guy such as myself who spent over 60 thousand dollars on a Chevrolet Corvette "doesn't care" if his Corvette has as nice of an interior as a Dodge Viper or isn't equal in all aspects of power and handling. Or an Impala buyer who "doesn't care" if he has an equal product to the Ford Taurus..

You're flat out wrong kid. When I buy my next Chevy Silverado it damn well better have every bit as nice of interior packages as Ford and Dodge offer or I'm not buying a Chevy period. No way am I spending my money on a second rate truck. I'll buy a Ford instead. The only thing this Chevy guy "doesn't care" about is GMC. GM can keep it if that's how they want to treat Chevrolet.. In fact, they can keep all of their Chevrolet products because I won't spend another dime with them again.

I don't like the wheel liner idea, salt, mud get pack behind it. Be hard to clean when you spray water up there mud will just keep running out, and will rot you're bed out faster not being able to clean it good. I think ford learn that lesson in the 90s you always see bed wheel wells rotted out due to the stupid plastic flap liner deal, plus i rather look at steel then plastic any day.

@JD, not me. Dodges wheelwells look much much nicer. Liners don't cause rust anyway. My wheelwells on the bed of my 2004 Chevy are already rotted clear out and it never had liners. It's not all that nice to look at. They were so rotted away we traced a round opening pattern above the rust, took a sawzall and opened them clear up and repainted the edges then sealed them with silicone.. My 04 looks just like these spy shots now. Round in the back and square still up front. That's one thing I hope Chevy has seriously addressed. These terrible rust issues are getting ridiculous.


Who cares if Chevy will not have a Denali level? Chevy guys don't

@Sierra, why would you say that? I bought my last Silverado in 2004 and if it had a King Ranch package like Ford offered at the time I would have bought it in a heartbeat. All they offered was the LTZ so that's what I got. Chevrolet can't sell what they don't offer. I too hope this next Silverado has equivalent interior packages to that of Ford. It will most certainly be on my to buy list. I've always bought Chevrolet trucks. I'm not switching to Ford but I'd really wish Chevy would step up and compete.

Are you even listening at all to what I'm saying? You will get your King Ranch/Platinum style package in a Chevy. Don't worry. The Denali package is ABOVE that and is for GMC.

It looks like they both have the same front bumper again. This is a good sign. The current Chevy 1500 has been a total mess since day 1. They finally fixed the 2500 bumper. I'm still not all that fond of the design though. Here's to hoping the next Silverado is a real winner! Add me to the list of guys who want a King Ranch too. What trucking guy Wouldn't??

You will get your King Ranch/Platinum style package in a Chevy. Don't worry. The Denali package is ABOVE that and is for GMC.

@Sierra, how can one go above the Platinum? The running boards automatically come down for you to step onto. Cadillac doesn't even offer an interior as nice as the Platinum and Ford has already stated that they haven't even begun to take it to what is possible. Ford will just up the Platinum within a year of GM's new launch and Dodge will follow suit. Chevrolet will once again be the bottom of the Big 3 truck pile because they are held back by GMC. Chevrolet dealers will then have the same problem they have now with excess inventory they can't hardly give away. GM is stupid to sell two trucks IMO. This is a lesson Ford had to learn the hard way. An earlier post was correct. Buick's should just be sold at Chevrolet/Cadillac dealers as an alternative to import styled cars. Then GM could dump GMC and make Chevrolet's nicer to compete with Ford and Dodge. If GM wanted a luxury marque pickup they could have a Cadillac EXT style truck. They'd streamline their dealership network and costs so much further. They made a big mistake not dumping GMC in the bankruptcy. Ford is making the whole Chevrolet brand look like a total joke now. So is Dodge.

I didn't say anything about Ford. I said Denali would be above the Chevy King Ranch/Platinum STYLE. I like the automatic steps by AMP Research and these can be purchased separately.

I am well aware FORD will up the Platinum package within a year of GM's launch. There is nothing GM can do about that. They will cross that bridge when they get there. I agree that GM is stupid to sell two trucks but if they are going to sell two trucks, I am going to support BOTH trucks.

Yay! A new Sierra for Me!! She looks so sexy! :)

I said Denali would be above the Chevy King Ranch/Platinum STYLE.

@Sierra, why? If GM's going to do two trucks why would they push Either group of loyal buyers away? Why not just make them equals in quality/luxury for each given trim level? All they have to do is theme them slightly different for each level. I don't get GM's obsession with wanting to piss off their Chevrolet truck base. It's like suicide. Besides, King Ranch and Platinum are two different styles in and of themselves. One is more city, one is more country. If Chevrolet was to follow the-

Cheyenne-base trim
Scottsdale-mild luxury (Lariat)
Silverado Outlaw-country/working mans (King Ranch)

Format, they would also need an Outlaw Limited for those who want a more city themed interior versus the country styled Outlaw. GMC should have the same things. LT, LTZ, Denali and Denali Limited... Just change up the curves of the dash or chrome accents here and there is all. Have the Denali presentation a little softer. GM's whole mindset just doesn't make logical sense to me. If you're going to do two of the same thing then do them both completely. Don't do half of one and half of the other. It's asinine.

It appears many have missed it the first time. So I will again let my buddy Bvonscott help Chevy and GMC fans understand why GM is doing what they are doing and what is going on with the next gen 2014 trucks...

Can I just say something too you, and get through all the chatter, and ideas in your head that will make some sense? I understand you want Chevy to be your top dog. You want the Silverado to be the king of all trucks. Well let me ask you... is it not NOW? Last I checked, most real truck guys.. are die-hard off road guys that would never take a AWD DENALI over a 4X4 Chevy, of any trim, no matter how much nicer the Denali is. My informant who has actually seen and driven the new truck didnt say "the new GMC will have a 4X4 Denali off road beast". None of that was mentioned. Does the current Sierra All Terrain have Denali level equipment? NO. Its the same thing as a LS/LT/LTZ Chevy but with special shocks and a different grill. (Could you put a special grill on a Chevy?... YA. Can you not upgrade the suspension to even better than the factory? YA MOST off-roaders DO) As a truck guy myself, speaking to a truck guy like you, I can pretty much assure you that the Denali truck IS NOT THE RIGHT TRUCK FOR YOU ANYWAYS. I would never buy one. Nor would you. It doesnt have FOUR WHEEL DRIVE. So why drop Chevy for something so minor as a upper "non truck guy" trim level? OR IS IT JUST THE PRINCIPAL?

I really want you to stay as die-hard a Chevy fan as you are now... and forever. And I don't get the feeling that the new Silverado will be anything BUT a beast of a truck. WHO CARES if Chevy will not have a Denali level?? Let the GMC fans have their fancy truck. DUDE, the new Chevy will be badass. If they can make the GMC upgrade radical and a step ahead, do you not think they wouldnt do that for Chevy since they sell more? I think they will. I feel they will make it as amazing as the GMC, and the looks will cater to the Chevy croud, while they let GMC go in a (VERY) different direction... as far removed from what YOU want as could be. I will buy the new GMC, because I prefer the way they look. I am just as die hard a GMC fan as you are a Chevy fan. And you will buy the Chevy. And we can both thank GM for making what we want, enjoy a cold beer while shooting the **** while talking crap about ford and banging some wrenches on our beloved trucks before getting yelled at by our wives for not paying them enough attention and putting too much love in a silly old pickup.......

Its just a truck.

Let the GMC fans have their fancy truck.

@Bob, as a Chevy guy myself I'm more than happy for GMC guys to have their fancy truck. Guess what though, I want a fancy truck myself and I want a Chevrolet. So why don't you GMC guys likewise let Chevy fans have Their fancy truck and stop trying to dictate what we can and cannot have. I likewise have no interest in supporting GM any longer if this is how they are going to treat Chevrolet. Some Chevy guys want a King Ranch/Laramie Longhorn style interior. Other Chevy guys want more of a Platinum/Longhorn Limited interior. Ford and Dodge give you the choice of Both styles and so should Chevrolet. If Chevrolet won't offer me a Platinum interior I'll get it from Ford. That's all there is to it.

I would Fully support this:

Cheyenne-Base trim
Scottsdale-Lariat
Silverado Outlaw-King Ranch
Outlaw Limited-Platinum

I want the Outlaw Limited. Others here obviously just want the Outlaw. You GMC guys can have whatever it is your hearts desire. I couldn't care less what you have nor would I ever want to dictate what you can or can't have.

I would Fully support this:

Cheyenne-Base trim
Scottsdale-Lariat
Silverado Outlaw-King Ranch
Outlaw Limited-Platinum


I would support those too!! Man, those are flat out awesome! Please God let these be true. Chevrolet will be back to kick Ford's ass down the road once again! I love those trims. Awesome job Chevy!

Matt in NH, we have had fully boxed frames on the 1500 since 2007!

Cheyenne-Base trim
Scottsdale-Lariat
Silverado Outlaw-King Ranch
Outlaw Limited-Platinum

Those interiors are wicked... Truly awesome Chevrolet! I can't wait for the new Silverado now...

The current 1/2-tons have fully boxed frames back to the last crossmember. From there it's still C-channel.

And, for everyone complaining about the rear wheelhouse liners, that IS AVAILABLE on the current GM trucks. They are included in a couple different packages. The "Protection Package" is the most common because its available on all trim levels and includes the liners and bed rail protectors and it's a $290 option.

And, as of 2012 MY trucks at least, they are basically standard equipment on LTZ/SLT trucks because they come packaged with the LTZ Plus package and the SLT Conveniance package and it's hard not to find one (LTZ/SLT) without that option package.

The rear liners are also standard equipment on Denali trucks. So GM has them. My grandfather's 2010 Sierra has them and it's an SLE.

I never thought I'd see Chevy guys arguing with other Chevy guys oops I mean GMC guys over the Sierra and Silverado.

I wonder when Ford will upgrade the frames in their Super Duties? They are still using the same weak frame that has been used for years. I would think that they would have done it by now since they have the weakest frame on the market.

@ Greg - since everyone outsells GMC in the HD ranks, it doesn't seem to be much of a weak point.

@Matt,
You're right about wheelhouse liners on GM trucks.
I got mine for $35 a piece (OEM) and installed them myself. Very inexpensive and easy to install.

Watch out guys!

Lou, the TROLL is here!

I never thought I'd see Chevy guys arguing with other Chevy guys oops I mean GMC guys over the Sierra and Silverado.

@Lou, I've worked for a large Chevrolet dealership for 27 years. The hostility has been pretty common for quite some time. Back in the late 1990's GM gave the Denali interior to GMC and gave the middle finger to Chevrolet. Then Ford came out with their King Ranch in 1999. Chevrolet still got nothing. This was the era in which the first shots of war were fired. Then GM ripped Chevy's classic front clip off of the Silverado in 2003 and gave is a Chinese looking front clip while GM chose to let the GMC retain it's classic look. More shots were fired. Then came the new trucks in 2007. I've never known more pissed off Chevrolet people in my life. They were Not happy. We still have no King Ranch or Platinum Chevrolet's to sell. This bodystyle has not gone over well with our customers at all. There's been much infighting over these issues.

Cheyenne-Base trim
Scottsdale-Lariat
Silverado Outlaw-King Ranch
Outlaw Limited-Platinum

-These would be a Godsend.

@GregoryJ, Were your wheel liners new? I don't see any for less than $130 a pair.
What is wrong with spray on bedliner in there?

"Chevy vs. GMC - Hatred Runs Deep"... LOL! Typical GM. Give the good looking truck Chevy engines and leave the Chevy truck itself with the crap. Watching GM run Chevy into the ground is comedy gold!

You're right about wheelhouse liners on GM trucks.
I got mine for $35 a piece (OEM) and installed them myself. Very inexpensive and easy to install.

@Greg, that's ridiculous. GM is cheap. Those wheel liners should just be standard. You're putting your product out there in the public eye. No GM product has as bright of light shining on it as the Chevy Silverado. They should be making this thing look like a million dollars. Spending a few bucks on factory standard installed liners will make their product much more appealing and help fix their tarnished image. Things like this are exactly why Dodge is taking over Chevy's sales position as #2. I guarantee you Ford will have these standard within 1 year now.


Cheyenne-Base trim
Scottsdale-Lariat
Silverado Outlaw-King Ranch
Outlaw Limited-Platinum

-These would be a Godsend.

@Tim, those would be Fantastic! I love them.

Those wheel liners should just be standard. You're putting your product out there in the public eye. No GM product has as bright of light shining on it as the Chevy Silverado. They should be making this thing look like a million dollars. Spending a few bucks on factory standard installed liners will make their product much more appealing and help fix their tarnished image. Things like this are exactly why Dodge is taking over Chevy's sales position as #2. I guarantee you Ford will have these standard within 1 year now.

@Jeremy, I agree, these things should be standard.


Cheyenne-Base trim
Scottsdale-Lariat
Silverado Outlaw-King Ranch
Outlaw Limited-Platinum

@Tim, Those interiors are choice! Man... Are those really coming? I didn't think Chevrolet was all that bright any longer. Maybe I was wrong. I just may wait for this truck now. The Outlaw or Outlaw Limited will surely be on my list.

Jim, Jeremy,
You're right. It's relatively inexpensive thing so it would be nice if it came as standard equipment.
But how many people out there really care if wheelhouse's are protected. I care. You guys do, but I have a feeling we are minority. I can easly say 90% maybe more of trucks I see on the road don't have them. Average Joe just doesn't care. In 5 years time he will trade it in anyway and get a new truck and so on. I bought my truck with intention to keep it for a while (because I just hate to make those payments and can't afford to buy one for cash) so I took an extra step to protect the right places on the truck so it could serve me for years.
For many others it's just a vehicle that takes them places if you know what I'm saying.

But how many people out there really care if wheelhouse's are protected.

-It's not just that though. Seeing that much metal in a blank space around the wheel Looks really poor and unfinished without the proper liners. I agree, these should just be standard on 1500-3500 trucks. To not have them looks very cheap on GM/Chevrolet's part. Especially with how much open space in the wheel openings GM's have. There a guy at the firestation that I work with who has a HD Silverado. I'm not sure the year but he got it right before they fixed the front ends and front bumper. It has these small tires on it and just massive openings. I literally set a gas can on top of the tire when I was mowing the grass one afternoon to move it out of the way. There was That much open dead space. It would still look tacky as the openings are too big and the tries too small but liners would help So much. It helped those 90's Dodge's out immensely back when they had the massive square openings. All of the Chevy's/GMC's look very unfinished and cheap without liners. Particularly the newer generations.


Cheyenne-Base trim
Scottsdale-Lariat
Silverado Outlaw-King Ranch
Outlaw Limited-Platinum

-Add me to the list of guys who think those are awesome. I can't wait to see them!

I look forward to the next Silverado. We'll see what Chevy brings to the table. I like those interiors too. Anything's better than the LTZ I have in my 06.

@Jeremy

Wheel liners in the rear ar why Dodge is taking over #2? Get real man...

Wheel liners in the rear are pointless, it is cosmetic. There is nothing back there to protect other then the few GQ types who care overly meticulous about how their trucks look at the suburban lowes or starbucks. It is something that adds costs, can fall out or get torn up having rocks flung at it off road and and it flimsy to begin with. The only reason the fronts have something like that is to protect the electronics and other stuff in the engine bay.

Pretty sure many cars don't have liners in the rear, I don't think my GTO did.

Also, I googled pics of late model F-150's, I didn't seen any on the rear of those trucks? Some one care to chime what the rear of a stock F-150 looks like in the wheel well? Many of the pics had light between the bed and frame to. What gives? Are people arguing about this and Ford doesn't even have it standard?

Also, I googled pics of late model F-150's, I didn't seen any on the rear of those trucks? Some one care to chime what the rear of a stock F-150 looks like in the wheel well? Many of the pics had light between the bed and frame to. What gives? Are people arguing about this and Ford doesn't even have it standard?

@Tyler, Ford will have it standard next model. And yes, you're right that it's not 100% necessary But it is 100% handy. Anything that makes the truck ownership experience better should be standard. To be able to wash mud or packed snow out at the carwash with a quick swipe over the wheel liner like they have up front is SO nice! Dodge gets all of the credit on this one. They had them as standard equipment when their 1994 model came out. Also, the reason Ford doesn't get bashed for it like Chevy is that Chevy's have Massive wheel openings that just look horrible. Ford's are round, more close to the wheel and are filled with more tire. The Chevy's have this big huge square open dead space with a little tire in the center just like the 90's Dodge's had. They NEED wheelliners to Look good. It is indeed a cosmetic issue here concerning these current Chevy's. The 90's Chevy's looked fine without them just like the Ford's because they didn't have these massive openings the current Silverado does. All trucks from the 3500 series down should have these standard as far as I'm concerned.

Fordtrucks1,

Good point on washing out mud and stuff I do agree there. Everyone was making a huge mess out of it like GM was the only one that didn't have them and as I looked ther others didn't either. Quite frankly wheel wells and liners are the last thing I look at. The slightly squared off looks fine to me, it watches the flair on the fender/bed. I am not sure why everyone thinks it is so hideous because it isn't, it is just personal preference. If ther truck looks pretty good and is overall a great truck the liners or fender shape shouldn't matter. The GMC looks very good but people put too much emphasis on the square openings. I dunno, I wear jeans most the time so some little stuff like that doesn't much matter to me.

I agree ford, if it makes the ownership better it should be there, customer is #1. I bet for some though saving a little money on something like that would be better then having them, so maybe make them an option because not everyone wants them...

My 2010 F150 doesn't have rear wheel well liners. I do have mudflaps on it. I am going to add a mudflap or something to the front part of the wheel tub because water, slush, and snow freezes on the retractible step then won't deploy. Mud can build up pretty bad on the side steps too. I've seen trucks that live on gravel roads regardless of brand looking like they've been through a sandblaster. No paint left at all. No rust either, that gets blasted off too. I can see the benefit of liners but it isn't a feature that would rate high on my "must have" options list.

I'd have liked liners on my Silverado. No, they're not completely necessary but I agree that with the way Chevy has such large wheel openings, they really need them to make that area look better. It's one thing I never liked about this model. The last model was fine without them as were the models before that. It's just this current truck that looks bad. Now that Dodge has them though, it really does cast a negative light on the manufacturers who don't.


Cheyenne-Base trim
Scottsdale-Lariat
Silverado Outlaw-King Ranch
Outlaw Limited-Platinum

- Now that's what I'm talking about! Those are the trims Chevrolet has needed all along. Yes, if they have these on the next truck I'll be driving the Outlaw or Outlaw Limited. I've been waiting for the King Ranch and Platinum equal trims from Chevrolet. When I bought my 09 Silverado they had nothing like this. They still don't to the best of my knowledge. Very impressive trim names as well. The first three go in a classic Chevrolet order being Cheyenne, Scottsdale and the Silverado namesake. Outlaw is perfect! Nice job Chevy.

What I would like to know is if they will compete with the ford,dodge,toyota,and Nissan of having a console gear shift?

Probably a mule, looks like the current model, the next trucks will likely have dual exhaust integrated into the rear bumper. Also, the side mirrors and oversized rear whell wells are from the current design

I'll never drive a truck with a Government Motors Co. badge on the grille. I don't like what happened or how it went down. Why they insist on pushing those 3 letters in everyone's face is beyond me. I'll take a Ford any day. Maybe a new Dodge or maybe the Chevy if they turn out good. I just cannot support anything that says GMC.

Big Texan you are such a hypocrite, actually anyone that would buy a Chevy and not a GMC because they think the GMC is "Government Motors" and the Chevy isn't are idiots. It is the same damn company. Do that though, then we all know you driving around in your Chevy that you support "Government Motors" since it is exactly fully the same as owning GMC...

Just to put this simply incase some are to slow to understand, GM OWNS CHEVY who owns GMC!

@Tyler, lot's of people feel that way. I know many of them.. Everybody knows GM is Chevrolet and Chevrolet is essentially GM. However, there's many conservative minded folks who simply disagree with the bailout. And many conservative folks drive trucks. That's just the way it is. The Government Motors tag will forever be pinned to GM Corp. right or wrong. There's many who simply don't want to be reminded of it. Buying a truck with those initials on the grille and steering wheel is a daily reminder of something many would just assume forget. Buying a Chevrolet is a way of still supporting the company but driving a truck that most American's will associate with happier times. Those people are not hypocrites. They just want to move on. If you're a GM man you should be happy that those guys still want to buy Chevy's.

All you ford and dodge guys that bash gm trucks first should go and buy neck braces and kidney belts for those dinosaurs. Go to a GMC dealer and drive a serial Denali crew cab, they are light years ahead........

I want to see the HOOD not WIPERS!!! and a seat adjuster MANUAL AND A POWER OPTION. And u are garenteed 3 sales.

I've looked closely at the Camoflauged Sierra and it looks as if they are going to steer towards the 2010 Concept Drawing that was posted in February of that year, other than a missing bumper, the bottom-side view clearly shows a slot for a Ground Effects package to be added on to the finished model, notice the exposed holes undeneath the passenger doors and the inner wheel well piece exposed in front of the rear tire. The bulges on the upper side portions of the truck may hide the flared look above the wheels and on the side of the hood just like that of the 2010 concept drawing. Though the we know for certain that the 2014 C7 Corvette will have no dramatic departure from the current model and the 2014 Impala really caught me off guard, lets just hope the appearance of the 2 new trucks can put away everyones bad preceptions.

Where are the dual pipes on the v8-was aways told they give better gas mileage. Dodge has them.they fit nice under the bumper. Jap trucks have them to. You cant even order them.

The article said GM will want to match Ford on the Eco-Boost.

That is GM's very problem. They only match and they don't BEAT the competition! Seriously, can't they innovate? And don't get me started on small diesel's for 1/2 tons. Maybe the are too entrenched in the unions and the feds... both of those organizations limit creativity and change, it's their nature. I'm a GM fanboy, but I may be looking else where, like toyota this time around. Or maybe I'll but a 3/4 silverado anyway because they are still awesome.

If you look at the pictures they are 6-lug wheels which means they are 1500's, but it sure looks to me like a 6.5-foot bed!!



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