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In Moscow, a departmental Voyah Dream was captured: the numbers from the pool of the Special Purpose Garage and the blue flashing light on the roof indicate that it belongs to power structures. According to unofficial data, the Federal Security Service tested a hybrid version with a 1.5-liter turbo engine as a “stroke extender.” Prices for such cars start at 10,290,000 rubles.

Voyah Dream is officially sold in Russia, and there are enough minivans at dealers, and you can get a discount of up to 30 percent on cars in stock. However, this applies to the most common seven-seat versions. Luxurious modifications with a four-seater cabin will cost 16,990,000 rubles, and the discount on them is smaller.

In any case, the Voyah Dream has air suspension, all-wheel drive, leather interior trim, a projection screen and all-round cameras. Hybrid versions are popular on the Russian market: the gasoline engine acts as a generator and is connected to the front wheels at high speed. Electric motors develop up to 393 horsepower and 610 Nm.

Conservative intelligence agencies rarely purchase new cars, so the appearance of the Voyah Dream is rather an exception to the rule. However, the transition to the Chinese automobile industry also affected government structures: even the Federal Protective Service began to appear minivans, vans, crossovers and pickups from the Middle Kingdom.

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