Watch Saturn's NAIAS Press Conference and Concept Unveiling Live at

At this year's North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit, Saturn maintains its aggressive roll-out of new products and innovative technology with continued focus on European-inspired design and environmentally friendly, fuel efficient vehicles.

Stay up late tonight if you want to be among the first to see a preview of the concept car that Saturn will be unveiling tomorrow. Information and photos of the vehicle will be posted at just after midnight.

Then come back to this page at 12:35 p.m. EST tomorrow (Monday, January 14th) to watch the unveiling live. For the first time, will be streaming video of the press conference live from Cobo Hall. If you miss the show, the video will be available right here to replay on demand.

If you are having trouble viewing the video, click here to view it in a separate window.

"We intend to continue the buzz we created last year with the announcement of transformational technologies such as our E-Flex electric propulsion system," said Mark LaNeve, GM North America vice president, vehicle sales, service and marketing. "The cars and trucks we're bringing to Detroit this year combine exquisite design and technologies that deliver what customers want while saving fuel and reducing emissions."

The auto show opens to the public on January 19th.

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