Flashback Friday: Engineers Testing the Saturn 1.9L 4-Cylinder "Power Module"

Flashback Friday: Engineers Testing the Saturn 1.9L 4-Cylinder "Power Module"

Lift the hood of any S-Series Saturn and you'll find what was the brand's tried-and-true 1.9L engine, or "power module" as it was called back in the day. Before the signature four-cylinder made its way into any Saturn, the engine was extensively tested in a variety of ways, including in two 1984 Chevy Cavaliers. Engineers drove the cars shown above from Warren, Michigan to Mesa, Arizona by the way of Pikes Peak where they took this photo.

Source: GM

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