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But the shooting-brake conformation is so utterly right that it takes on the aspect of preordination.
The rain cascaded as they came out of the station and Boule, who, like all Florence's secretaries, appeared to be suffering from an advanced case of nerves, bundled, as it seemed, all the passengers from the train into a shooting-brake, a small car and two Daimlers.
Talking with AutoBild, BMW's product development chief, Klaus Draeger, mentioned that the new 1-Series line-up may feature a type of elongated shooting-brake two-door wagon/hatch variant.
The design is a mix of shooting-brake proportions and styling elements inspired by classic coupés such as the Porsche 356.
The Mercedes-Benz Fascination Concept is a design study that reinterprets the coupé and shooting-brake themes and explores a new formal language.
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