Newspaper Praises Saturn's Auto Show Display

The close of any major auto show always ends with a variety of "best pick" lists highlighting the best and worst of the event. The doors to the North American International Auto Show closed this weekend, and on Friday the Michigan Business Review published its list of the top five "most informative displays" at the show.

First on the list was General Motors mammoth display, with company's Saturn and Cadillac brands specifically called out. "General Motors and its various subsidiaries pack a lot of information into their sprawling exhibits," wrote the newspaper. "Cadillac has interactive displays on engine technology, infotainment panels and LED headlamps, while video kiosks explain how Saturn's Green Line technology works for the Vue and Aura."

Others on the list included Honda, Hyundai, Chrysler, and Volkswagen.


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