Who Knew that a Saturn Could be this Sexy?

Special Appearance Packages to Spice Up Sky Lineup

Liane Yvkoff from AutoUSA.com: The company that built its reputation on the affordable and sensible is rapidly shedding its "car as appliance" discipline with the eye-catching Saturn Sky Red Line. Saturn embracing its highly impractical and indulgent wild side is kind of like finding out the Sunday School teacher likes to dance on top of bars after a drink or two. It's that fun. Low-slung, curvy, and sporting an impressive engine, the car is a definite head-turner. But the biggest surprise is not that it can go from 0-60 in 5.5 seconds or that the 2.0-liter, four-cylinder, turbocharged engine delivers 260 horsepower with 260 pound-feet of torque. What consistently makes onlookers double-take when they get a closer look at the Sky Red Line is that it's a Saturn. That's right, a Saturn.

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Electric Driving with E-Flex

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