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    President’s New Ride: Video of Kortezh Test Drive Published

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    A video of the test drive for the Russian president’s new car has appeared on the web.

    The Russian presidential state car, nicknamed Kortezh, was tested near Dmitrov in the Moscow region. According to the video's authors, the all-wheel drive sedan received an eight-cylinder engine with a  650 horsepower capacity, a turbocharger and a nine-speed transmission.

    Previously, the car was spotted in Sweden during a winter test drive. At the time, experts noted the similarity of the domestic car with foreign  models.

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