Interstate Blogging: Saturn "Road to Change" Recap

Interstate Blogging: Saturn "Road to Change" Recap

Saturn's Lisa Gilpin posted a very thorough recap of the Saturn "Road to Change" caravan's journey in the form of daily blog updates on ImSaturn. The caravan embarked on a five-day trek from Detroit, Michigan to Washington, DC. Ten pre-production Vue 2-Mode hybrid vehicles were requested to shuttle dignitaries around to the inaugural events in DC last week, and instead of piling them all into a huge carrier, Lisa said Saturn decided to drive them to DC instead. The Saturn team not only met with a lot of folks - at grade schools, Saturn stores, and universities - along the way, they braved some pretty treacherous weather, too. View photos and read all about their adventure on ImSaturn:

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Flashback Friday: 2000 Saturn CV1 Concept

Flashback Friday: 2000 Saturn CV1 Concept

The CV1 - so named because it was Saturn's first real concept vehicle - explored new vehicle packaging and design features, many of which would end up playing an important role as Saturn grew its product lineup. Notable features found on the CV1 that eventually made it into production on other Saturn vehicles were the center-mounted instrument cluster (Ion), continuously variable transmission (Ion and Vue), flat-folding passenger seat (Vue), all-wheel-drive (Vue and Outlook), and LED tail-lights (Aura).