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GM Hints at Saturn's Future Styling Direction

General Motors design chief Ed Welburn told the Detroit Free Press earlier this week that Saturn's Kappa-base roadster will share interior - but not exterior - styling cues with the Curve concept car. The rear-wheel-drive vehicle won't look like the Saturn Sky concept from two years ago either. So what can Saturn fans expect?

Sports Car to Join Saturn Lineup In 2006

General Motors announced today that Saturn would add a sports car to its vehicle lineup in early 2006. The product will be built at its Wilmington, Delaware manufacturing facility. Wilmington is also the future production site of the Pontiac Solstice. The Solstice and the new Saturn will be built on GM's new small car "Kappa" architecture.

Saturn's Future Product Roadmap

Jill Lajdziak, vice president of Saturn sales and marketing, talked to retailers on Sunday at the 2004 NADA conference. She spoke about the future of the brand, the importance of maintaining Saturn's high level of customer satisfaction, and increasing brand awareness through advertising. The list below highlights some of her discussion points.

Saturn Van, Convertible to be Unveiled in '04

SaturnFans.com has learned that Saturn is planning two major vehicle debuts during the upcoming 2004 auto show season. While the exact timing of the unveilings has yet to be determined, sources indicate that it's more a matter of when, not if the debuts will occur.

Sun May Rise Again on Saturn's Sky

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Despite rumors to the contrary, Saturn fans may one day get to drive a topless Saturn afterall. Even though reports have indicated that General Motors has scrapped plans to build the Saturn Sky concept roadster, a recent article in the Detroit News indicates that the car may be brought back to life.

Plans for Sky Roadster Killed

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In a rather shocking move, General Motors has reportedly scrapped plans to build the Saturn Sky roadster concept vehicle. The Sky was to be a 'halo' car for Saturn, slated to arrive in the 2008 model year.

Reaching for the Sky

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Automotive News reports Saturn has put together a business case for building the 2002 Sky concept convertible roadster. The company is reportedly pushing GM's upper management to approve the car for production. Saturn hopes to sell about 20,000 of them each year.

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Autobytel: 93% of Saturn Lineup Qualifies for Cash-for-Clunkers Voucher

With Cash-for-Clunkers legislation headed for signing by President Obama, the team of experts at Autobytel has compiled an online buying guide that identifies the top brands and best model bets for a new, more efficient automobile that qualifies for the proposed Cash-for-Clunkers voucher. With gas prices surging upwards, the guide also serves as a timely road map of those vehicles best equipped to save money at the pump.