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Automotive Pump Market | Future Prediction, Industry Enlargement and Forecast 2019-2026 - Innovative Reports


Global Automotive Pump Market is valued approximately USD 15.3 billion in 2018 and is anticipated to grow with a healthy growth rate of more than 6.3% over the forecast period 2019-2026. Automotive pumps are mainly used for transferring automotive fluids in vehicles.

Booming automotive industry leads to increase in demand for automotive pumps market. Also, increase in vehicle production along with emission norms, as well as adoption of new technologies are some of the factors which drives the market.

The Global Automotive Pump Market research report study offers an extensive analysis of key drivers, opportunities, key segments, regions, and major manufacturers. Additionally, the competitive scenario in different geographies is outlined to assist new entrants, leading market players, and investors to determine emerging economies. Insights presented in the report would benefit market players to develop strategies for the future and gain a strong position in the global market.

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The regional analysis of Global Automotive Pump Market Covers:

Asia Pacific North America Europe Latin America Rest of the World

The Asia Pacific is the leading region across the world. China is the largest Automotive Pump market in Asia Pacific, followed by India. Factors such as rising in disposable income, adoption of advanced technology, fast transportation means etc would create lucrative growth prospects for the Automotive Pump Market across Asia Pacific region.

Major market player included in this report are:

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The report is designed to incorporate both qualitative and quantitative aspects of the industry within each of the regions and countries involved in the study. Furthermore, the report also caters the detailed information about the crucial aspects such as driving factors & challenges which will define the future growth of the market.

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The detailed segments and sub-segment of the market are explained below:

By Type:

Fuel Pump, Water Pump Windshield Washer Pump Steering Pump Transmission Oil Pump Fuel Injection Pump Vacuum Pump Headlight Washer Pump

By Vehicle Type:

Light Commercial Vehicle (LCV) Heavy Commercial vehicle (HCV)

By Technology:

Electric Pump Mechanical Pump

By Displacement:

Fixed Displacement variable displacement

By EV Type:

battery Electric Vehicle Fuel Cell Electric vehicle Hybrid Electric vehicle Plug-in Electric Vehicle

By Off-Highway Vehicle:

Construction Equipment Mining Equipment

Furthermore, years considered for the study are as follows:

Historical year – 2016, 2017

Base year – 2018

Forecast period – 2019 to 2026

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New automotive shop continues with family tradition - Albuquerque Journal

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RIO RANCHO, N.M. — Brothers Nolan and Dustin Brown are proud that they’ve expanded the family business to a third location in Rio Rancho.

Brown’s Automotive Experts, at 2203 Golf Course Road next to Cafe Bella, is just the latest addition to a family tradition that spans a few decades, starting at a shop in Bosque Farms.

“My grandpa started his first shop in Bosque Farms, and then my father took over my great-uncle’s shop in 1984 on Fourth Street,” Nolan said. “That was the original Brown’s Automotive, and then we opened up our second location in Los Ranchos.”


According to Nolan, the family had talked about expansion for a few years and looked at Rio Rancho’s growth as a factor in their final decision to expand.

“When we saw this place come up for sale, it felt like an opportunity, like fate had made a decision for us,” Dustin said.

The process of expanding to Rio Rancho was easy, he said.

“The city and the local businesses have been great to work with,” he said. “It’s been eye-opening to see how much Rio Rancho has grown. Where there are houses, we used to go shooting.”

As far as service goes, Nolan and Dustin are unanimous about wanting to be a great local automotive service that can recommend specialty services to their customers.

“We are going to be doing diagnostics, brakes…a little bit of tire work, check-engine light repair, timing belts, just general automotive maintenance,” Nolan said.

Brown’s also does advanced-level diagnostics, which can point to a specialty fix like a transmission rebuild.

“We might not be able to do everything here but can recommend a specialty shop for our customers,” Nolan said.

Dustin said being a mechanic is like being a doctor: Not every doctor specializes in everything.

“We don’t fix everything; some issues have to be taken to a specialist,” Dustin said. “We wouldn’t want to wing it on a client’s expensive car; we would rather send it to an expert for that section of the car.”

For the most part, Nolan and Dustin said, the over-2,000-square-foot space was already set up for their business, which has created four local jobs.

The Brown brothers said they plan on having a grand opening the first week in October with an inflatable jump for kids and refreshments for the community to enjoy.

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Automotive supplier tests immersion-cooled batteries for EVs - Green Car Reports

The two biggest challenges for electric cars—battery life and charge times—come down to battery cooling.

Now British auto parts supplier Ricardo is working with partners to come up with a new type of cooling technology that the company hopes will allow automakers to pack more energy into cars' batteries and to charge them faster. The technology, called immersion cooling relies on coating the batteries with dielectric cooling gel, called MIVOLT, used as electrical insulation in other applications.

If it's successful, the technology could prolong battery life in electric cars and accept higher current rates while charging without overheating them, and potentially bring charge times down closer to the time it takes to refill a gas tank. 

The i-CoBat immersion cooling project aims to reduce the size and cost of cooling systems to allow automakers to build denser battery packs without increasing the heat buildup. 

2019 Audi e-tron battery pack

2019 Audi e-tron battery pack

Today's liquid cooling systems rely on cooling plates with pumps to circulate ethylene glycol or another coolant. If it proves effective, the immersive cooling technology could split the difference between those bulky, heavy systems and simpler air-cooled systems such as in the Nissan Leaf, which has been more prone to heat-related battery issues than other electric cars. 

Nissan, for instance, has limited the number of times the cars could fast-charge to prevent damage to the batteries, which made it difficult to take the cars on long trips that would require more than one or two DC fast charges, although the cars were equipped with CHAdeMO fast-charge ports. (Nissan has since issued a software update for the cars to allow them to use DC fast chargers more frequently.)

With simpler, cheaper cooling systems, electric cars could use bigger batteries that charge faster and last longer. The MiVOLT immersive coolant is also biodegradable, unlike ethylene glycol, which is also used as coolant in most gas engines. 

Nissan electric-car battery

Nissan electric-car battery

Ricardo is working on the project with British materials company M&I Materials and WMG, a manufacturing effort of the University of Warwick, in Britain as part of the British government's Faraday Challenge.

The project isn't the first to work on immersive cooling systems. A similar project launched in Taiwan in 2017.

“Power, performance, practicality such as fast charging times, and price are key determinants in persuading consumers to opt for an EV rather than a liquid-fueled vehicle when they next change their car,” said Neville Jackson, Ricardo's Chief Technology and Innovation Officer.  “With current cell technologies, thermal management is a crucial enabler for improvements in these areas in order to reduce or eliminate range anxiety, and promote consumer acceptance of electric cars."


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Automotive Gear Stick Market to Demonstrate a Spectacular Growth by 2025| Key Players: Tokai Rika, Ningbo Gaofa, Chongqing Downwind - Indian Columnist

The Exploration study offers deep assessment of the Global Automotive Gear Stick Market and helps market participants to gain a solid base in the industry. The Research report presents a complete assessment of the market and contains Future trend, Current Growth Factors, attentive opinions, historical data, facts and statistically supported and industry certified market data. It delivers regional exploration of the Global Automotive Gear Stick market to expose key prospects presented in different parts of the world. The study is segmented by products type, application/end-users. The competitive scenery is generally appraised along with company profiling of leading players operating in the Global Automotive Gear Stick market. Some of the Most Important Key Players Involved in the Study are Kongsberg, ZF, GHSP, SL Corporation, Sila, Ficosa, Fuji Kiko, Kostal, DURA, Tokai Rika, Ningbo Gaofa, Chongqing Downwind & Nanjing Aolin.

If you are involved in the Automotive Gear Stick industry or intend to be, then this study will provide you comprehensive outlook. It’s vital you keep your market knowledge up to date segmented by Applications Passenger Vehicle & Commercial Vehicle, Product Types such as [, Manual mode & Automatic mode] and some major players in the industry. If you have a different set of players/manufacturers according to geography or needs regional or country segmented reports we can provide customization according to your requirement.

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The Global Automotive Gear Stick market report gives an exceptional, first-time present and attentive analysis of the size, patterns, division and lookout in the production and supply of Automotive Gear Stick on the world. It also talks almost the market size of different sections and their progress features along with growth trends, various stakeholders like investors, traders, suppliers, CEOs, Research & media, Global Director, Manager, President, SWOT analysis i.e. Strength, Weakness, Opportunities, and Threat to the business and others.


The report segments the Global Automotive Gear Stick Market on the basis of Types as follows:
, Manual mode & Automatic mode
On the basis of Application/End-Users, the Global Automotive Gear Stick market is segmented into:
Passenger Vehicle & Commercial Vehicle

Players Profiled: Kongsberg, ZF, GHSP, SL Corporation, Sila, Ficosa, Fuji Kiko, Kostal, DURA, Tokai Rika, Ningbo Gaofa, Chongqing Downwind & Nanjing Aolin

Region Analysis
• Asia Pacific (China, Japan, South Korea, ASEAN, India, Rest of Asia Pacific)
• North America (U.S., Canada, Mexico)
• Europe (U.K., France, Germany, Spain, Italy and Rest of Europe)
• Middle East and Africa (Turkey, GCC, UAE and South Africa Rest of Middle East)

• Latin America (Brazil, Argentina, Colombia and Rest of L.A.)

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Stay up-to-date with Automotive Gear Stick market research offered by HTF MI. Check how key trends and emerging drivers are shaping this industry growth as the study avails you with market characteristics, size and growth, segmentation, regional breakdowns, competitive landscape, shares, trend and strategies for this market. In the Automotive Gear Stick Market Analysis & Forecast 2018-2023, the revenue is valued at USD XX million in 2017 and is expected to reach USD XX million by the end of 2023, growing at a CAGR of XX% between 2018 and 2023. The production is estimated at XX million in 2017 and is forecasted to reach XX million by the end of 2023, growing at a CAGR of XX% between 2018 and 2023.

In this study, the years considered to estimate the market size of the Automotive Gear Stick are as follows:

History Year: 2013-2018 | Base Year: 2018 | Estimated Year: 2019 | Forecast Year 2019 to 2024

Research Objectives:

Focuses on the key Global Automotive Gear Stick manufacturers, to define, pronounce and examine the value, sales volume, market share, market competition landscape, SWOT analysis, and development plans in the next few years.
To share comprehensive information about the key factors influencing the growth of the market (opportunities, drivers, growth potential, industry-specific challenges and risks).
To analyze the Automotive Gear Stick with respect to individual future prospects, growth trends and their involvement to the total market.
To analyze reasonable developments such as agreements, expansions new product launches, and acquisitions in the market.
To deliberately profile the key players and systematically examine their growth strategies.

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Key Points sheathed in the Automotive Gear Stick Market Report Coverage:

– Market share study of the top manufacturing players
– Market share debts for the regional and country level segments
– Premeditated references for the new competitors
– Competitive landscaping planning the key common trends
– Tactical endorsements in key business segments based on the market estimations
– Market Trends (Constraints, Drivers, Opportunities, Threats, Challenges, recommendations and Investment Opportunities)
– Company profiling with detailed strategies, financial and latest developments
– Supply chain trends mapping the latest technological advancements

There are 15 Chapters to display the Automotive Gear Stick Market

Chapter 1, to describe Definition, Specifications and Classification of Automotive Gear Stick, Applications of Global Automotive Gear Stick, Market Segment by Regions;
Chapter 2, Market Trend Analysis, Regional Market Trend, Market Trend by Product Type [,, Manual mode & Automatic mode], Market Trend by Application [Passenger Vehicle & Commercial Vehicle];
Chapter 3, to analyze the Manufacturing Cost Structure, Raw Material and Suppliers, Manufacturing Process, Industry Chain Structure;
Chapter 4, to show the Overall Market Analysis, Capacity Analysis (Company Segment), Sales Analysis (Company Segment), Sales Price Analysis (Company Segment);
Chapter 5, to display the Technical Data and Manufacturing Plants Analysis of , Capacity and Commercial Production Date, Manufacturing Plants Distribution, Export & Import, R&D Status and Technology Source, Raw Materials Sources Analysis;
Chapter 6 and 7, to show the Regional Market Analysis that includes North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific etc, Automotive Gear Stick Segment Market Analysis (by Type);
Chapter 8, to analyze the Automotive Gear Stick Segment Market Analysis (by Application [Passenger Vehicle & Commercial Vehicle]) Major Manufacturers Analysis;
Chapter 9, Regional Marketing Type Analysis, International Trade Type Analysis, Supply Chain Analysis;
Chapter 10, to analyze the Consumers Analysis of Automotive Gear Stick by region, type and application ;
Chapter 11, to describe Automotive Gear Stick Research Findings and Conclusion, Appendix, methodology and data source;
Chapter 12, 13, 14 and 15, to describe Automotive Gear Stick sales channel, distributors, traders, dealers, Research Findings and Conclusion, appendix and data source.

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Automaker returns with new vehicles and name - ABC News

Detroit may be the nation’s hub of car manufacturing and engineering, but some 2,000 miles away in Southern California, a boutique automaker has taken root.

It’s not trying to be the next General Motors, Ford or even Tesla. But Karma Automotive is hoping for a comeback that will jolt the industry nonetheless, linking its fate to a fleet of new electrified vehicles, including a lithe, plug-in hybrid sedan.

Its brief history, however, is complicated. In 2014, Karma Automotive emerged from the remnants of Fisker Automotive, the eco-minded manufacturer of plug-in hybrid sports cars that experienced a meteoric rise and precipitous fall. Founded by veteran auto designer Henrik Fisker, the company was at the forefront of the electric revolution in 2007, years before mainstream automakers, with the exception of Toyota, took hybrids and pure electric vehicles seriously.

PHOTO: Henrik Fisker, co-founder and chairman of Fisker Automotive Inc., introduces the companys new plug-in hybrid vehicle, the Atlantic, during a preview in New York, April 3, 2012. Peter Foley/Bloomberg via Getty Images, FILE
Henrik Fisker, co-founder and chairman of Fisker Automotive Inc., introduces the company's new plug-in hybrid vehicle, the Atlantic, during a preview in New York, April 3, 2012.

When Fisker unveiled the Fisker Karma concept in 2008, the world took notice. Celebrities lined up to get one. It was instantly declared one of the most beautiful cars — ever. Even the Department of Energy jumped on the bandwagon, loaning the company $529 million. Fisker Karma would become the new symbol of the U.S. automotive industry, a perfect example of the Obama administration’s efforts to boost fuel efficiency across the U.S. auto industry.

PHOTO: Fisker Automotive introduces its new plug-in hybrid, the Karma, during a press conference at the 2008 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Jan. 14, 2008. Geoff Robins/AFP/Getty Images, FILE
Fisker Automotive introduces its new plug-in hybrid, the Karma, during a press conference at the 2008 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Jan. 14, 2008.

Then the dream suddenly imploded. Henrik Fisker walked away from the business. The company declared bankruptcy. Wanxiang, a privately-owned Chinese auto parts company, later swooped in and purchased the remaining assets at a fire-sale price of $149 million.

Fast forward five years. The company, still based in Irvine, California, now goes by Karma Automotive. This spring, it introduced the 2020 Revero GT, a curvy plug-in hybrid sedan -- a much improved version of its first Revero vehicle, dubbed 1.0 internally, in 2017. At the Shanghai auto show in April, two more Karmas were shown off: the SC1 Vision concept electric vehicle and a GT concept designed in partnership with Pininfarina, the legendary Italian design and engineering house.

PHOTO: The Revero GT has three levels of regenerative braking and three drive modes. Karma Automotive
The Revero GT has three levels of regenerative braking and three drive modes.

This appears to be only the beginning for the burgeoning automaker. The GT will make its North American debut at Monterey Car Week in California starting Aug. 15.

“We come from Fisker but we are not Fisker anymore,” Dr. Lance Zhou, Karma Automotive’s CEO, told ABC News in a recent interview at the company’s headquarters. “We can utilize history to move our company forward.”

PHOTO: A Karma SC1 Vision Concept car is displayed during the 18th Shanghai International Automobile Industry Exhibition in Shanghai, China, April 16, 2019. Imaginechina via AP, FILE
A Karma SC1 Vision Concept car is displayed during the 18th Shanghai International Automobile Industry Exhibition in Shanghai, China, April 16, 2019.

Every Karma vehicle will be produced at the company's Innovation and Customization Center (KICC), a $100 million facility in Moreno Valley, California. Thirty percent of Karma's future inventory will be range extenders (plug-in hybrids) versus 70 percent of pure electric vehicles. In addition to the Revero GT and two concepts, an SUV, convertible and compact SUV are in the works.

“We will have everything – no company can survive on one car,” Zhou said.

(MORE: What automakers aren't telling you about electric vehicles)

Expansion plans are moving rapidly: the company expects to launch in 19 countries by next year and build out its limited dealer network. The company has also been actively hiring, staffing up for the coming push both across North America and in Europe. A public offering may happen as soon as 2021.

Karma’s comeback hinges on the success of the Revero GT, which officially enters production in September with customer deliveries beginning in the fourth quarter. The goal is to sell 500 in the first year and the company has already received “hundreds” of deposits from interested buyers, according to Zhou, including some customers in China. How the public responds to the Revero GT will be turning a point for Karma, especially since 75% of the vehicle was completely overhauled from the 2017 version.

“The Revero 2.0 is all new and on my watch,” Bob Kruse, Karma’s chief technology officer, told ABC News before a test drive of the prototype. “We have retuned the suspension, improving the ride and handling at the same time.”

PHOTO: Bob Kruse, Karmas chief technology officer, is a 40-year industry veteran who helped launched the Chevy Volt. Joe Wilssens Photography
Bob Kruse, Karma's chief technology officer, is a 40-year industry veteran who helped launched the Chevy Volt.

Kruse, an industry veteran who led GM’s strategy behind the Chevrolet Volt, joined Karma in 2017. He didn’t like what he saw on the 2017 Revero – “that car was built with a lot of parts we got out of the Fisker bankruptcy” – so he set out on engineering a better version. The 2020 Revero is 357 pounds lighter, quicker and more responsive. Kruse replaced the old GM engine, which he said "sounded a bit like a tractor," with a new, more efficient BMW 1.5L turbo three-cylinder engine that was recalibrated and enhanced with Karma’s in-house technology.

“We added some tech to the exhaust system, changed the pedal map,” he noted. “The throttle is more aggressive and in sport mode you get more performance and a very robust sounding exhaust note.”

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His team was also able to upgrade the lithium ion battery power from 20 to 28 kilowatt hours, boost the range in “stealth,” or electric mode, from 50 miles up to 80 (total range extends to 360 miles when the generator kicks in and the car is fully charged) and shave nearly a full second off the 0-60 mph time of 4.5 seconds.

The Revero GT also produces 536 horsepower and 550 lb.-ft of torque.

“We have an on-board generator that can make electricity to supplement the battery,” Kruse noted. “All of our torque and propulsion comes electrically. Once you drive an electric vehicle and get used to that instant torque, it’s very addicting. When you step on the accelerator your head will snap and your face will smile.”

The battery and motors were not the only changes; the Revero’s interior got an entire makeover, including the headliner, infotainment console, seats and steering wheel. The latest safety technologies were added and Kruse and his team developed a proprietary sound system that Kruse said trounces the competition.

PHOTO: The interior of the newly designed Revero GT. Karma Automotive
The interior of the newly designed Revero GT.

Customers who decide to shell out $135,000 on the Revero GT will likely be impressed with the finished product. Everything about the new vehicle is better: the controls, comfort, styling, driving performance and electric range.

“The Revero failed to take off in 2017 but the Moreno Valley plant was also brand new with an untested workforce, limiting their ability to crank out cars,” according to Ed Kim, a longtime automotive industry expert and vice president of industry analysis at AutoPacific. “The Revero 1.0 was pretty much an exact carbon copy of the Fisker Karma and launched with uninspiring performance and range that was acceptable in 2011 when the original Fisker version launched, but not in 2017.”

“The new Revero GT appears to fix the first version’s performance and range,” Kim added.

Sunil Pandya, a physician and health tech entrepreneur in Florida, bought a Fisker Karma in 2012 after falling in love with it.

“I loved the name, it was amazing to look at and at the time had cutting-edge technology,” he told ABC News by phone. “I put 20,000 miles on it but there were engine issues, fit and finish problems. It was beautiful but a gamble.”

The vehicle’s constant problems, however, forced him to park it in the garage.

“It was a paperweight,” Pandya said.

His poor experience did not deter him from owning the Revero that emerged post-bankruptcy – he’s on his second vehicle and will be one of the first customers to have the Revero GT later this year. A self-described car addict, Pandya said his 23 other cars – including McLarens, Lamborghinis and Teslas – are not as special as his Revero.

“I feel more exclusive with the Karma,” he said. “It’s a hybrid exotic that looks sexy and is an eye catcher.”

For Andreas Thurner, a former Rolls-Royce designer and Karma’s vice president of global design, the company presented an opportunity for him to “be small” again. He convinced others to follow his lead and join the startup.

“They all left good, secure jobs from established OEMs [original equipment manufacturer] because they all wanted something new,” he told ABC News. “You have to take the risk sometimes.”

He said the Karma name “gives us some recognition as opposed to zero” but acknowledged the company has to work with “world class people” to compete in the cutthroat luxury space.

PHOTO: A Karma Pininfarina GT car is displayed during the 18th Shanghai International Automobile Industry Exhibition in Shanghai, China, April 16, 2019. Imaginechina via AP, FILE
A Karma Pininfarina GT car is displayed during the 18th Shanghai International Automobile Industry Exhibition in Shanghai, China, April 16, 2019.

“We are in a transition phase,” he said. “We have to inspire people. Karma is very design focused. We build show cars for the street. It’s a huge opportunity to be at Karma.”

Zhou and other executives eagerly tout the company’s Southern California heritage at every opportunity. Car colors are influenced by the state (Borrego Black, Pacifico Grey, Balboa Blue, Napa Red) and the wood in the Revero GT cabin comes from felled trees in King Gillette Ranch national park. Customers who choose the wood option will receive a personal certification authenticating the material’s Californian birthplace.

“We 100% believe in California,” Zhou noted. “People here will resonate with the car.”

Jeff Schuster, president of global vehicle forecasting at LMC Automotive, said some Americans may be leery of buying a car from a Chinese automaker.

“On top of the naming issue, being a Chinese company in the current political environment adds another layer of risk for generating sales,” he told ABC News. “They clearly are trying to overcome the Chinese ownership reality by boasting about being a California-based company.”

Zhou disputed that Wanxiang has any involvement in Karma's business.

"We're an American company," he asserted. "There is no Chinese government influence."

PHOTO: Dr. Lance Zhou, CEO of Karma Automotive, presenting the first Revero car at the companys Customization & Innovation Center in Moreno Valley, California. Karma Automotive
Dr. Lance Zhou, CEO of Karma Automotive, presenting the first Revero car at the company's Customization & Innovation Center in Moreno Valley, California.

Karma may be forever linked to Henrik Fisker but Kim said there are “absolutely” second chances in the automotive industry.

“Fisker’s bankruptcy didn’t involve product issues that crippled other brands that stumbled in spectacular public fashion,” he said. “Hyundai launched strong when it debuted for the 1986 model year, but poor quality and reliability sent sales tumbling quickly and it was decades until Hyundai was re-established as a builder of excellent vehicles. Audi faltered in the 1980s with a ‘60 Minutes’ report on unintended acceleration, and it similarly took well over a decade for the brand to recover because the issue was related to safety.”

Thurner said Karma has its sights set on one goal: to produce the best and most beautiful cars on the market.

“The new Revero is a huge departure from where we came from,” he said. “We’re not backwards-looking. We’re not nostalgic. It’s a fantastic starting point but let’s look into the future.”

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