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New Spy Photos of the Next-Generation Aura

LeftlaneNews.com has added 10 new spy photos to its growing gallery of what are believed to be camouflaged pictures of the next-generation Saturn Aura and Opel Insignia sedans. The Insignia nameplate will replace the Vectra name in Europe.

Kelley Blue Book Interviews Jill Lajdziak

Jack Nerad, executive editorial director and market analyst at Kelley Blue Book's kbb.com website, talked to Saturn general manager Jill Lajdziak last week at the North American International Auto Show. The two chatted about the three vehicles Saturn unveiled at the show, as well as the brand's new, larger lineup.

Saturn Picks Up "Most Significant Vehicle" Honor at Auto Show with 2009 Vue Hybrid

Saturn can add yet another distinction to its growing list of accolades garnered by its revitalized lineup. Earlier this week, the Detroit News named the upcoming 2009 Vue Green Line 2 Mode hybrid the most significant vehicle on display at this year's North American International Auto Show in Detroit. The sophisticated hybrid will go on sale before the end of the year.

Sneak Peak at Some of Saturn's Colors for 2009

Saturn's 2009 Colors

Saturn is unique in the way it values the opinions of its customers. A few months ago, the company polled some owners and fans, asking them for help naming seven new colors that it plans to make available on its cars and crossover trucks during the 2009 model year. Saturn carefully reviewed all of the suggestions that were submitted and chose the names it felt best represented the brand's image.

Saturnized Corsa on the Horizon?

Opel Corsa

Rumors of the subcompact Opel Corsa coming stateside to join Saturn's lineup have been circulating for long time. The idea became a matter of when – not if – in October 2006 when GM vice chairman Bob Lutz told Automotive News that the company does indeed plan to sell a version of the next-generation Corsa in the United States.

More Saturn Photos from Detroit

Saturn Flextreme Concept

If you enjoyed yesterday's press conference at the 2008 Detroit Auto Show, I think you'll really like the photos uploaded from the GM Style event, along with before, during, and after the product reveals. Stay tuned to SaturnFans.com for more Saturn auto show coverage throughout the week.

Jill Lajdziak Blogs About Saturn at NAIAS '08

Over at GM's Fast Lane blog yesterday, Saturn general manager Jill Lajdziak wrote about the three vehicles Saturn introduced at the 2008 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS): the 2009 Vue Green Line 2 Mode Hybrid, the Vue Plug-In Hybrid, and the Flextreme concept.

Plug-In Vue Hybrid May Arrive as Soon as 2010

Saturn Vue Green Line Plug-In Hybrid

Saturn announced today at the North American International Auto Show that production will may begin as soon as 2010 on a plug-in hybrid electric version of the Saturn Vue Green Line, expected to be the first regular production plug-in hybrid electric vehicle. Depending on a consumer's drive cycle, the Vue plug-in hybrid will be the most fuel-efficient vehicle offered by a major automaker.

Saturn Flextreme Concept Highlights

According to General Motors, the Flextreme previews new elements of Saturn and Opel design language, including more sculpted surfacing molding, clear style elements such as narrow, boomerang-shaped lights and a sloping feature line in the side graphics. The vehicle also marks the return of a popular Saturn feature from the past: quad coupe doors.

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White House and Treasury Say They Won't Let Struggling U.S. Automakers Fail

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Barbara Hagenbaugh and Steve Marshall from USA Today: The White House and the Treasury gave strong indications Friday that the U.S. government, at least temporarily, would help prop up the American auto industry.