BMW X2 price, reveal, launch, powertrain, performance, design and interior.

The X2 will be a smaller sibling to the BMW X4 and X6.

The second-generation BMW X2 is gearing up for an imminent unveiling, with previews confirming it will adopt a rakish new roofline and much larger grille as part of a total design reinvention aimed at positioning it as a bona fide ‘baby’ X6.

  • Coupe version of the existing X1 SUV
  • Could be offered with a range of powertrains
  • More powerful X2 M35i spied testing recently

BMW X2 design and interior

Shown in a teaser video released by BMW ahead of a reveal in the coming weeks, the new X2 will swap the raised hatchback silhouette of the current car for a more coupé form and will be a smaller sibling to the BMW X4 and BMW X6.

Also visible is an expansive new grille, which will bring the X2 into line with its newer SUVs. There is an illuminated surround on the grille like that of the new BMW i7 – flanked by X1-shaped headlights with a bespoke LED light signature.

The redesign will cement the X2’s positioning as the style-focused sibling of the BMW X1, much like the X4 does for the X3 and the X6 for the X5. Like those larger coupé-SUVs, it is expected to be technically identical to the X1.

On the inside too, all variants are expected to be largely identical to the X1, doing away with the current car’s rotary infotainment control knob for a touch-control-heavy arrangement centred around a 10.7-inch infotainment screen and 10.25-inch digital driver display. The primary difference will be a slight decrease in headroom and boot space, courtesy of the sloping roof.

BMW X2 powertrains

The BMW X2 should be offered with a range of petrol, diesel and hybrid powertrains ranging in output from 170hp to 326hp – and it has already been confirmed that the reinvented SUV will be available for the first time with pure-electric power.

The new electric BMW iX2 will rival the likes of the Volkswagen ID 5 and Volvo C40 with the iX1’s 313hp twin-motor arrangement, which will get it from 0-100kph in around 5.6sec and a range of 440km from its 66.4kWh battery. Charging speeds will peak at 130kW.

The BMW X2 M35i is also set to return, having been spotted testing at the Nürburgring recently. It’s distinguishable from its less powerful siblings by its quad-exit exhausts and will go after the Mercedes-AMG GLC 43 with a 300hp turbo four-cylinder engine that will do 0-100kph in 5.4sec.

BMW X2 global reveal and launch

As confirmed by BMW chairman Oliver Zipse at the German car maker’s annual conference in March, the cars will be launched at the end of 2023. BMW recently launched the all-electric iX1 SUV this week for Rs 66.9 lakh ( ex-showroom). The X1 has been popular among Indian buyers with it being BMW’s best-selling luxury SUV for FY2023.

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Manish Malhotra to design new uniforms for Air India frontline staff

Air India`s flying crew, ground and security staff will soon sport new uniforms designed by fashion designer Manish Malhotra as the Tata Group-owned airline embraces a new global brand identity. As Air India pursues a revival and modernisation plan, the new uniforms are expected to be introduced for the frontline staff by the end of this year and are likely to coincide with the induction of the airline`s first wide-body A350 aircraft into its fleet. Malhotra — whose career spans more than 30 years as a couturier, costume stylist, and entrepreneur — and his team have started meeting Air India`s frontline staff, conducting discussions and fitting sessions with them to better understand their specialised needs, the airline said in a release on Thursday. The last time when there was a change in uniforms for Air India staff was in 2015 and at that time, the loss-making carrier was under government control.

“We are working closely with Manish and his team to combine elements of our brand, our heritage and our culture, together with the unique requirements of the airline environment, for what we hope will be a fresh and exciting new look that supports and represents the new Air India,” the airline`s CEO and MD Campbell Wilson said. The airline has partnered with Malhotra to design new uniforms for more than 10,000 employees on the frontline, including cabin crew, cockpit crew, ground and security staff. Malhotra said it is an absolute honour to collaborate with Air India, “our national flying ambassadors”. “Our shared ideology is simple yet profound: to evolve without erasing, to modernise without forgetting. Together, we aim to intertwine tradition with the future, crafting uniforms where comfort meets authenticity, wrapped in timeless elegance,” he said. Currently, female cabin crew wear saree or kurta in red or blue colour. Male cabin crew sports white shirt, black trousers and a black jet.

There are around 8,000 flying crew at Air India. On Tuesday, a source said the new uniforms are expected to be introduced at the time of inducting A350 aircraft later this year. Last month, Tata Group-owned Air India unveiled its new brand identity `The Vista` inspired by the peak of the golden window frame that signifies “limitless possibilities” and a new aircraft livery. Earlier this year, Air India placed orders for 470 aircraft from Airbus and Boeing. Tata Group took control of Air India from the government in January last year. It is also consolidating the airline business wherein AIX Connect is in the process of getting merged with Air India Express while Vistara will be merged with Air India.

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Fashion Designer Manish Malhotra To Design New Uniforms For Air India Crew

“Air India expects to commence rolling out the new look for its uniformed employees by the end of 2023.”

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Tata Group-owned Air India has partnered with fashion designer Manish Malhotra to design new uniforms for the airline’s more than 10,000 flight crew, ground staff and security personnel.

“This is a further step in the manifestation of Air India’s new global brand identity as part of its ongoing modernisation programme. Air India expects to commence rolling out the new look for its uniformed employees by the end of 2023,” the airline said in a release on Thursday.

Mr Malhotra and his team have begun meeting Air India’s frontline staff, conducting discussions and fitting sessions with them to better understand their specialised needs.

Air India CEO and MD Campbell Wilson said the airline is working closely with Malhotra and his team to combine elements of “our brand, our heritage and our culture, together with the unique requirements of the airline environment, for what we hope will be a fresh and exciting new look that supports and represents the new Air India”

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BMW iX1 price, features, design, performance, interior and exterior

The electric SUV is available in a single trim and gets a range of 438km.

BMW has launched the all-electric iX1 xDrive30 SUV for Rs 66.90 lakh (ex-showroom). The SUV is based on the popular BMW X1which was not just the bestselling luxury SUV for the brand in FY2023, but also the bestseller overall. We broke the story earlier this month that the EV SUV is set to come to India, and it is now available in a single trim.

  1. 10.7-inch touchscreen infotainment
  2. Gets ADAS features
  3. 4th electric BMW on sale in India

BMW iX1 exterior and interior

Since it’s based on the combustion-engined X1, the electric iX1 gets an almost identical design although with an ‘i’ on the front grille to differentiate it from the ICE vehicle. The SUV rides on 18-inch alloy wheels and gets adaptive suspension. It’s available in a choice of four monotone colours –grey, silver, black and white.

On the inside, the SUV features a 10.7-inch touchscreen infotainment unit that is operated using BMW’s iDrive operating system. The digital information display is a 10.25-inch unit and the interiors are finished in  Aluminium ‘Mesheffect’ with chrome highlight accents. The rear bench can be reclined and the SUV has a boot space of 490 litres.

BMW iX1 features and safety

The iX1 has features like two-zone climate control, front seats with massage functions, and a Harmon Kardon sound system with 12 speakers. The interior also comes with 6 ambient lighting modes and a panoramic sunroof. The SUV also gets adaptive LED headlights, automatic tailgate operation and parking assist.

The iX1 gets similar equipment as the ICE SUV with features such as ABS, ESP, traction control and ADAS. Since it’s an electric vehicle and has no engine noise, it comes equipped with a feature that plays an artificial sound to alert people on the road about the presence of a vehicle. However, this works only up to 30 kph.

BMW iX1 battery, range and performance

The BMW iX1 comes equipped with a motor at each axle that gives it all-wheel drive capability. The combined power output figures are 313hp and 494Nm, which give the EV a 0-100kph speed of 5.6 seconds and a top speed of 180kph. The SUV utilises a 66.4kWh battery pack and has a claimed range of 438km.

Using a standard 11kW AC charger, the BMW’s battery can be charged from 0-100 percent in 6.3 hours. With a 130kW DC fast charger, the battery can be charged from 10-80 percent in just 29 minutes.

BMW iX1 price and rivals

The BMW iX1 xDrive 30 is the most affordable electric vehicle BMW offers in the country. It also sells the i4 sedanthe iX SUV and the opulent i7.

The iX1 will come to India via the CBU route, which is why the prices are expected to be on the higher side when compared to rivals like the Volvo XC40 Recharge (Rs 56.9 lakh), Hyundai Ioniq 5 (Rs 45.95 lakh) and Let’s EV6 (Rs 60.95 lakh). However, the brand could locally assemble the EV here in the future, as they are doing with the X1, to lower the prices.

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Kia Carnival price, next-generation Carnival India launch details, new design

New Kia Carnival for India will be more luxurious and sport bold styling.

Ahead of its global debut in the coming months, new spy shots of the heavily updated Kia Carnival have surfaced previewing fresh looks with some bold design cues.

The third-gen Carnival was sold in the Indian market until June 2023 when it was discontinued for being at the end of its product lifecycle. Kia, however, has confirmed to us that the upcoming facelifted fourth-gen Carnival will make it to our shores next year.

  1. Fourth-gen Carnival India bound with a facelift
  2. Will be assembled from CKD kits
  3. No details on powertrain as of now\

New Kia Carnival to get major updates inside out

At the Auto Expo in January, Kia showcased the current-gen Carnival as KA4which is already a three-year-old model now. India will, however, get the new MPV with its mid-lifecycle update and as seen in the spy shots here, the updated Carnival seems to be getting a major styling overhaul to bring it in line with the newer Kia models.

The design is more upright and angular with L-shaped headlamps and tail-lamps like the ones seen on the updated Seltosand also on the EV9 SUV sold abroad. The front and rear bumper, grille and alloy wheel design will also be new, making the facelifted MPV look almost like an all-new vehicle.

On the inside, the dashboard and tech will be spruced up and there will be multiple seating options on offer. There are talks that the new Carnival will take the luxury quotient a notch higher with even more premium cabin materials and creature comforts that will also help Kia India justify its pricing, which will be higher than the outgoing Carnival.

Once again, the Carnival in India will most likely not have a direct rival. The Toyota Innova Hycross will give some competition at the lower end and the recently launched all-new Toyota Vellfire on the higher side.

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Skoda Kodiaq price, design, interior, exterior and powertrain

Skoda’s new SUV will be marginally longer than before and offered with multiple powertrain options.

Ahead of its global debut next week, Skoda has shared exterior design sketches of the new Kodiaq SUV. These sketches come after the company earlier shared images of the interiors and powertrain details. The second generation Kodiaq will be available in both 5- and 7-seater models.

  1. Alloy wheel sizes will range from 17 to 20 inches
  2. D-pillar to be available in a ‘dark chrome’ finish
  3. The new 5-seater model will be 61mm longer

New Skoda Kodiaq exterior design, dimensions

The design sketches show us the exterior of the SUV, with the front getting the signature Skoda grille as seen on models like the Slavia and Work. The Kodiaq will get a second-generation split LED matrix headlamp setup. The SUV will have boxy-like proportions complete with squared-off wheel arches. The wheels will be available in four sizes from a standard 17-inch to a more flamboyant 20-inch size.

Towards the rear, the company has revealed that the D-pillar will be available with the optional finish of ‘dark chrome’. Also new at the rear is the C-shaped tail-light design that was not visible in the earlier camouflage shots. Connecting the tail-lights is a red bar that has the Skoda lettering placed above it, as seen on other models by the company.

The new Kodiaq will be 4,758mm in length, making it 61mm and 59mm longer than before compared to the 5-seat and 7-seat versions, respectively.  However, the height, width and wheelbase dimensions remain unchanged.

New Skoda Kodiaq interior and features

From the interior details that were revealed earlier, we know that the new Kodiaq will have physical controls for the HVAC system and other parameters, a trend that is slowly seeing a return to mass-production vehicles. The console consists of three knobs with the outer two controlling temperature and seat ventilation. The middle knob can control things such as volume, fan speed and driving modes as standard and will also come with a 12.9-inch touchscreen as well as a 10-inch digital instrument cluster.

New Skoda Kodiaq powertrain

The Skoda Kodiaq will be offered with a choice of petrol, diesel and PHEV powertrains. There will be two petrol engines offered, a 1.5-litre TSI engine with a mild hybrid system, and a 204hp, 2.0-litre TSI that will be equipped with a four-wheel drive system.

The two diesel powertrains that Skoda will offer consist of the 2.0-litre TDI engine mated to a 7-speed dual-clutch gearbox. This engine will be available in two states of tune, with the entry-level version churning out 150hp and the performance version, 193hp with a four-wheel-drive system.

The last powertrain on offer will be a plug-in hybrid, consisting of the 1.5-litre TSI engine combined with a 25.7kWh battery making a total of 204hp. This will be mated to a 6-speed dual-clutch auto gearbox. The company claims that the PHEV will have an electric-only range of more than 100km.

New Skoda Kodiaq debut, price and rivals

The second generation of the Skoda Kodiaq will make its global debut on October 4, 2023. The model is currently on sale in India in its first generation with a petrol engine and is priced from Rs 38.5 lakh to Rs 41.95 lakh. It rivals the likes of the Toyota Fortuner, MG Gloster and Jeep Meridian.

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New Skoda Kodiaq To Debut On October 4; Design Previewed In Sketches

The second-gen Skoda Kodiaq will make its global debut on October 4, 2023. The Czech carmaker revealed the date for the SUV after a lengthy teaser campaign that saw it reveal technical details, images of test mules and the production-spec interior. The date announcement was accompanied by design sketches of the SUV that provided a clearer look at the design.

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As was evident with the test mules, the second-gen Kodiaq follows an evolutionary exterior design. Elements such as the sleek headlamps and high-set fog lamps flanking the Skoda ‘Butterfly’ grille, and contoured bonnet are all familiar elements carried over from the current SUV. Down the sides too the changes are not very apparent though a closer look suggests a softer shoulder line as well as a revised window line. At the rear, the second-gen Kodiaq gets new C-shaped tail lights with a light bar element running the width of the tailgate under the Skoda badging.

Skoda has previously said that the new Kodiaq will be 61 mm longer than its predecessor though width, height and wheelbase will remain unchanged.

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The cabin is a more noticeable departure from the first-gen SUV with a more minimalist theme and greater digitization. The dashboard features an all-new design with extensive use of soft-touch material in the centre section and houses a new 12.9-inch central touchscreen. Another unique touch is the three dials low on the centre console each housing small 1.25-inch displays in the centre that control various infotainment and air-con functions. The second-gen SUV will also be offered in five and seven-seat configurations.

On the engine front, Skoda has confirmed the Kodiaq will be offered with a range of powertrains ranging from standard petrol and diesel to mild-hybrid and plug-in hybrids. The petrol range will start with a 1.5-litre turbocharged mild-hybrid unit good for 148 bhp. Also offered will be a 2.0-litre TSI mill developing 261 bhp and featuring four-wheel drive.

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On the diesel front, buyers will be able to choose from a 2.0-litre diesel engine in two states of tune – 148 bhp in two-wheel drive models and 190 bhp on the 4×4.

The PHEV powertrain meanwhile will feature a 1.5-litre TSI engine paired with an electric motor to develop a combined 201 bhp. The e-motor will draw power from a 25.7 kWh battery pack giving the SUV a 100 km EV-only range. All engines will be offered with dual-clutch automatic gearboxes as standard.

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The Kodiaq will enter production globally in early 2024. The SUV’s debut will be followed up with the debut of the new Superb sedan later in the year.

Josh Barrie’s dishes that can do one: Halloumi fries


was looking at pictures of reinforced autoclaved aerated concrete (RAAC) on the internet earlier and realised the material, when used in the form of slender, rectangular beams, reminds me of halloumi fries.

RAAC, as bubbly oblongs of long and fragile grey, is fixed into the ceilings of countless British schools. The material makes for a cheap, apparently risky canopy but was once heralded as an architectural wonder. It is not dissimilar to halloumi fries in that respect. Both are strikingly affordable. The two compare by design, too: thin, sleek blocks, unassuming but unguardedly potent. Of course, only one is intended to be dipped in sweet chilli sauce.

But perhaps the duo’s most profound commonality is their inescapability. Both RAAC and halloumi fries are absolutely everywhere, carelessly and ineffectively providing lacklustre ballast to so much of Britain.

You see, halloumi fries have become a hard-and-fast fixture of any middling menu, a seemingly necessary inclusion for fear of diner-based retribution; they sit comfortably among the calamari (often rubbery), the chicken skewers (see: “satay”) and arancini (admittedly, these are usually a relatively safe bet wherever you find yourself).

They are boring. They are business food, not food born out of love or sharing

Halloumi has soared in popularity in Britain this past decade. We are now its biggest foreign market in the world: 40 per cent of what’s shipped from Cyprus comes to us, weighing in at around 12,000 tonnes a year. The squeaky cheese is a tremendous success story, despite once being an obscurity: only a few decades ago, it had to be airlifted to Cypriot expats in London by one of the country’s leading producers, a man named Yiannos Pittas — yes, a wondrous culinary nominative determinism.

So today, to restaurant groups — especially those aiming for chunky profits above all else — halloumi fries are cardinal. To that end, these cheesy logs have become boring. They are business food, not food born of love or sharing. I’ve said before that I want hospitality in Britain to do well. That hasn’t changed. But the merry-go-round of tired obsession, of menus on which burrata is king, hummus and flatbreads a nonchalant queen and various nibbles featuring chorizo are oily little princes? A royal mess.

Obviously my issue isn’t with the cheese itself. I give due countenance to any chef in Britain seeking to further broaden its appeal. But, as with so many foreign bodies in these lands, halloumi is misunderstood and misused. As fries, it arrives near-burnt on the outside and wobbly and tasteless within. A dish of little imagination, ventured fleetingly, as if, like potatoes, we’ve all been cooking with it for centuries. Fries must be potatoes: we learned this when ones constructed of sweet potato started plaguing dining rooms.

So eat halloumi. Have it for breakfast with fried eggs and spicy sausages as the Cypriots do. But as overcooked, rubbery batons in greasy jackets, they’re about as worthless as RAAC, and just as deserving of an inquest.

Upcoming Nissan Micra EV’s Design Previewed With 20-23 Electric Hot Hatch Concept

Nissan has unveiled the new 20-23 electric hot hatchback concept to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the brand’s European design centre in London, England. The concept shares a lot of familiarities with the hatchback the company had previewed early last year when it announced that the next-gen Micra for Europe would go all-electric. While that teaser never amounted to a physical vehicle, the new 20-23 concept provides a look at the design template Nissan could adopt for the new-gen Micra.

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Nissan says that the concept draws inspiration from simulator racing and Formula E

The 20-23 concept’s numeric name is a play on numbers with 20 standing for the design centre’s 20th anniversary while 23 is the company’s traditional number – 2 and 3 are called Ni and San in Japanese respectively.

Coming to the design, Nissan says that it took inspiration from simulator racing games for the concept. This becomes apparent in the concept’s design with extensive aero elements along with pronounced wheel arches, a large rear spoiler, extensive venting and ducting along the bodywork, scissor doors and a flying buttress design C-pillar.

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Stripped-back cabin only has the bare essentials with a roof-vent feeding air into the cabin

Compared to the teaser for the new Micra that the company shared early last year, the 20-23 concept shares the same basic profile as the latter along with bits such as the round two-part semi-circular DRL design up front and the slim headlamps positioned in the centre. The tail lights though had minor differences with the 2023 concept’s units copying the headlamps while the 2022 teaser showed a design more akin to a C-shape.

The 20-23 concept (left) looks to be based on the Nissan hatchback concept (right) teased last year.

Inside, the concept features a stripped-back and minimalist interior with two bucket seats and a yoke-style steering wheel standing out. All driver-related controls are placed on the steering wheel itself while the centre console houses a fire extinguisher under the two contrast-finished metal beams. There is no air conditioning either with vents integrated into the car’s roof feeding air into the cabin.

While Nissan has not said anything about the concept-making production, design elements from the car could be used in future production models. While the over-the-top aero elements are unlikely to be offered in a production vehicle, the basic silhouette, short overhangs and elements such as the light cluster designs could all feature on the new Micra.

Nissan has already confirmed that the new Micra will sit on the CMF B-EV platform essentially becoming the sister model to the resurrected Renault 5 EV.

The Mother of ‘Eclectic’ Interior Design

But when it came to defining her style, she resisted labeling it. Instead, she said, “I’m constantly moving forward and pushing myself — I don’t want to repeat myself.”

“As a designer, I’m a free spirit,” she said. “It’s like a moving target.”

Amy Astley, the editor of Architectural Digest, said that it was hard to capture Ms. Wearstler’s aesthetic in a short pithy phrase. “But I do think she’s a master of jolie-laide,” or finding beauty in the unconventional or strange, she said.

The dominant style in American interiors right now, according to Ms. Astley, is “a clean oatmeal look,” which is not quite minimalist but formulaically spare. Living rooms are light and bright with a big statement sofa or coffee table.

Ms. Wearstler uses “weighty, hefty, juicy, meaty kinds of shapes — like in her chairs or in her sofas — and there’s a real masculinity to her work,” Ms. Astley said. “The colors are the opposite of girlie.”

Lately, Ms. Astley said, Ms. Wearstler’s most influential interiors have been designed for places like hotels and with a low-slung 1970s vibe. “It’s slouchy, it’s sexy, it’s relaxed, and it’s cool,” she said.

David Alhadeff, the founder of the Future Perfect gallery, where Ms. Wearstler has acquired contemporary pieces from artists including Eric Roinestad and Chris Wolston, said Ms. Wearstler has a confident eye.

The Brownlow gets off to a disastrous start as a number of celebrity guests fall over on the red carpet due to design mistake

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Bajaj Pulsar price, Pulsar N150 design, engine, gearbox, colours

This bike marries the Pulsar P150 platform with the N160 design.

The Press N160 has been a success for Bajaj, with good acceptance from customers as well as winning numerous awards, including our own Bike of the Year award in 2022. However, its smaller sibling, the P150, has gotten off to a tougher start and it appears that Bajaj has come up with a new motorcycle to make the 150 platform more appealing to buyers.

  1. New N150 launch soon
  2. Engine from Pulsar P150
  3. Style and bodywork of Pulsar N160

Images captured at a dealership show a new Bajaj Pulsar bike that appears ready for launch. The sticker on the motorcycle gives away the fact that this bike will be called the Bajaj Pulsar N150.

Going by the name, the bike now gets the more aggressive bodywork from the Pulsar N160. This includes the more angular and sporty projector headlamp, the bigger tank extensions and the tail section from the N160.

Interestingly, both the new Pulsar N150 bikes spotted at the dealership had a single-piece seat and the more conventional grab handle from the single-disc Pulsar P150. It remains to be seen whether this bike will be available in one or two variants, however, a second-dual disc variant is likely to be offered as well. Expect the bike to ship with single-channel ABS on both variants.

In terms of powertrain, the N150 will likely use the very same engine as the P150. You can read more about that bike in our reviewbut expect a smooth engine that produces 14.5hp and 13.5Nm mated to a 5-speed gearbox.

The instrument console appears the same as the semi-digital unit seen in all the new-age Pulsars. In terms of colours, the N150 was spotted in red and white schemes and it remains to be seen if Bajaj will offer any other colours as the P150 has five colours available.

The Bajaj Pulsar P150 currently starts at Rs 1.17 lakh (ex-showroom), while the Pulsar N160 starts at Rs 1.3 lakh (ex-showroom). Expect the new Bajaj Pulsar N150 to command a roughly Rs 5,000-7,000 premium over the P150, but maintain a decent distance to the bigger N160 when it goes on sale soon.

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