Sneak Peak: Should Saturn Offer a Coupe and Wagon Version of its Next-Generation Aura?

With photos of the Opel Insignia sedan – which also is believed to strongly hint at the next-generation Saturn Aura – officially released, the Motor Authority offers its interpretation of what we could expect the model's coupe and wagon variants to look like. Both are handsome renderings and they're likely to be sure bets for European production. Do you think Saturn should build them for North American customers as well? Vote here and post your thoughts.

The new Opel Insignia sedan will make its official debut on the 22nd of July at the London Motor Show. The new car is a crucial model for GM globally as well, as this is the car that will be sold in North America as the next-generation Saturn Aura. These latest renderings give us a good indication as to what the new models could look like. As expected, the Insignia wagon would simply feature an extended cabin, longer roofline and a conventional rear-lifting tailgate. Its likely release date will be approximately one year after the launch of the sedan. As for the new coupe, the car will likely be based on the GTC concept but as this rendering suggests the styling will be toned down significantly.

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