Photos from Saturn's Display at the 2008 New York International Auto Show

Photos from Saturn's Display at the 2008 New York International Auto Show

Sometimes work gets in the way of fun, and unfortunately this year I wasn't able to attend the New York International Auto Show (NYIAS). Luckily my Dad was able to spend a day at the show as the site's official correspondent. Follow the links below to view his pictures of the vehicles Saturn had on display, including photos of the innovative Flextreme concept painted in a snazzy red hue. The white Flextreme that was unveiled at the Detroit show back in January was shipped back to Europe for another engagement. Enjoy the photos. (Thanks, Dad!)

- The red Saturn Flextreme at NYIAS.
- Saturn's display at NYIAS '08.

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