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>> It looks like a beautiful car, but in fact it's a piece of healthcare equipment.
>> Allows, us to quickly detect if any human on earth has a pulse. Look at that for three seconds, and if your resting heart rate doesn't increase, you might be dead. It's the Alfa 8C Spider, in production [inaudible] for the time here at Geneva, joining its sibling, the 8C coupe [assumed spelling]. Now, these are high-end cars, limited production, a few hundred copies. But they return the Alfa brand to the world stage, in particularly North America, hopefully opening the door for these, the current production, Alfa Spider, the Brera [assumed spelling], the 159. These are gorgeous cars; you can afford, not two hundred, plus, like the 8C series. Now, 2010, maybe for the reentry of the more mortal Alfas, and the dealership picture is still to be determined.
>> But the retreat of the Italian brands with their linguini [assumed spelling] between their legs twenty plus years ago apparently is being reversed.
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