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Kelley Blue Book Interviews Jill Lajdziak

Jack Nerad, executive editorial director and market analyst at Kelley Blue Book's kbb.com website, talked to Saturn general manager Jill Lajdziak last week at the North American International Auto Show. The two chatted about the three vehicles Saturn unveiled at the show, as well as the brand's new, larger lineup.

More Saturn Photos from Detroit

Saturn Flextreme Concept

If you enjoyed yesterday's press conference at the 2008 Detroit Auto Show, I think you'll really like the photos uploaded from the GM Style event, along with before, during, and after the product reveals. Stay tuned to SaturnFans.com for more Saturn auto show coverage throughout the week.

Saturn Retail Sales Rose 12% in 2007

2007 was a good year for Saturn. The brand completed the first phase of its product revitalization with the launch of the 2008 Saturn Astra, leaving the Sky roadster as the oldest model in its lineup.

Outlook Adventure, Gravana Sky to be Featured at 2007 SEMA Show

Enthusiasts seeking the perfect vehicle to personalize will hit the jackpot with this year's GM portfolio at the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Show. The show opens October 31st, and runs through November 3rd in the Las Vegas Convention Center.

Wilmington Builds First Batch of Turbo Skys

SaturnFans.com has learned that GM's Wilmington Assembly plant has built its first batch of turbocharged Kappa roadsters for testing and evaluation purposes. The seven pre-production vehicles – four Saturn Sky Red Lines and three Pontiac Solstice GXPs – were reportedly manufactured over the past two weeks. Production of saleable units is not expected for at least another month or two.

Saturn to Unveil Four New Models in NY

General Motors will unveil a dramatically revitalized Saturn lineup with production versions of the all-new 2007 Saturn Aura midsize sedan, Saturn Sky Red Line performance roadster and Saturn Outlook crossover vehicle at the 2006 New York International Auto Show.

Saturn Has Big Plans for NY Show

More and more information is trickling in about Saturn's plans for the New York International Auto Show (NYIAS) next month. While Saturn has not officially announced whether or not it will have any debuts at the show, rumors suggest that Saturn will have three, yes three, never-before-seen vehicles on display.

Turbo Rumors and Other Sky Tidbits

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Over the past week a variety of news and rumors have surfaced regarding production, launch plans, and availability of the 2007 Saturn Sky. These tidbits have not been officially confirmed by Saturn.

Opel GT Provides Glimpse of Sky Red Line

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Opel will unveil its all-new GT to the international public for the first time at the Geneva Motor Show March 2 to March 12, 2006. The GT is believed to provide a glimpse at the upcoming Saturn Sky Red Line roadster.

Red Line Sky to Pack 260 Horsepower

An alert SaturnFans.com visitor sent me an interesting tidbit of information with a published link to boot. The LA Auto Show website has revealed the horsepower and torque specifications for the Pontiac Solstice GXP roadster that is set to debut at that show in about a week.

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Opel, Saturn to Share More Models

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There's been more and more talk lately about Saturn and Opel collaborating on future models. The two General Motors brands hope to gain synergies across their lineups, and share in their respective markets, by more closely aligning their models. The result will be a set of vehicles that will cater to a customer base that will span multiple continents.