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'08 Saturn Vue to be Unveiled in November

GM confirmed via its FastLane blog yesterday that the company plans to unveil its all-new 2008 Saturn Vue at the 2006 Greater Los Angeles Auto Show next month. The show opens to the press on November 29th. The new Vue will be virtually identical to the Opel Antara, shown in the picture above, that was unveiled at the Paris Motor Show last week.

2008 Vue Red Line Spied During Testing's InsideLine website reported last month that we may see undisguised versions of the 2008 Saturn Vue as early as the end of this coming November at the Los Angeles Auto Show. Spy photographers for the online publication captured pictures, as well as some good video clips, of two vehicles that are believed to be the new Vues undergoing testing in Death Valley, California.

Two Hybrid Powertrains Planned for Next-Gen Vue


The 2007 Vue Green Line hasn't even arrived at Saturn retail facilities yet, and there's already talk about what we can expect from a hybrid perspective when the all-new 2008 Vue arrives. The next generation Saturn Vue will reportedly offer two hybrid options when it debuts in second half of 2007, according to a report this week in The Car Connection (TCC).

Production-Ready Opel Antara Provides Preview of 'Real' 2008 Vue

Last week General Motors' Opel division unveiled a new SUV that industry sources say provides a good indication of what the "real" 2008 Saturn Vue will look like.

Charting the 2007 Changes for Saturn's Existing Models

With details about the 2007 Aura, Outlook, and Sky already announced, has assembled this list of reported changes documenting the planned updates for the 2007 Ion, Relay, and Vue. These vehicle changes, while not officially announced by Saturn, were recently posted by General Motors on the company's publicly available retailer online ordering and reference guide website.

PreVue Concept Showcases New Saturn Design Direction

The Saturn PreVue crossover concept – revealed at the New York International Auto Show – continues Saturn's ongoing product revitalization and provides a glimpse of future Saturn vehicle designs.

Mysterious 4th NYIAS Vehicle a 'Crossover Coupe' Concept

There has been a lot of buzz online about the mysterious fourth vehicle that's planned to be unveiled next week at the New York International Auto Show. The company has already said that Saturn will take the wraps off the production version of the 2007 Aura sedan, Sky Red Line, and Outlook midsize sport-utility.

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.

2008 Vue Spied During Testing

Last September reported that General Motors was planning on Saturnizing the upcoming Opel Antara GTC sport-utility as its replacement for the current Vue in the 2008 model year. Earlier today,'s Inside Line website posted what looks to be the first spy photos of the next-generation Saturn Vue.

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Mysterious Ohio Based Investment Group Arises as a Potential Buyer

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Update on May 7th: Leading negotiations for this group is Gary Marvicsin. Detroit News reports that he is employed in the auto industry.

Detroit News reports that there is a mysterious Ohio based investment group interested in acquiring Saturn. Unlike the other interested buyers, this group has developed a concept to keep the company domestically based. According to the article, the group is interested in purchasing domestically abandoned manufacturing plants to produce Saturns. Chrysler plants that are targeted to close due to bankruptcy troubles were specifically mentioned. The group wants to continue to employee UAW workers at these plants. While recognizing the high costs associated with employing union workers, such as benefits and pensions, the group believes that it is the right move for two reasons.