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La Cayenne turbo più potente e pulita di sempre: è la ibrida |La prova

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Dalle colline del Belgio alle autostrade (senza limiti) della Germania: il nostro test della nuova versione Turbo S E-Hybrid. L’autonomia in elettrico puro è di 43 km


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Senate advances stopgap funding measure to keep government open before election
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Police station security footage captures attack where man pistol-whipped LAPD officer
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Assaults on Los Angeles police officers have risen 156% since last year, chief says
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