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Opel Ampera Extended-Range Electric Car Would Look Right at Home in Saturn Lineup

Opel Ampera Extended-Range Electric Car Would Look Right at Home in Saturn Lineup

Opel will unveil its version of the revolutionary Chevrolet Volt at the 2009 Geneva Motor Show in March. The extended-range electric vehicle, which Opel will call the Ampera, will be a five-door, four-seat model that shares styling cues with both the Volt and last year's popular Flextreme concept.

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.

Outlook Named "Family Car of the Year"

Outlook Named "Family Car of the Year"

The 2009 Saturn Outlook was recently named "Family Car of the Year" by Hispanic magazine, FAMA. According to Saturn spokesman Mike Morrissey, "the annual FAMA automotive awards, based on input from visitors to the magazine's website, is presented to one vehicle in each of seven categories."

On the Auction Block: 2004 Saturn Vue Red Line Street Play Concept

On the Auction Block: 2004 Saturn Vue Red Line Street Play Concept

This Saturn concept was featured at the 2003 SEMA Show and was designed to showcase the high performance potential that could be achieved from the Vue Red Line. The "Street Play" Vue went wild with performance and appearance items which showcased the Vue's aptitude for performance.

On the Auction Block: 2004 Saturn Vue "Spring Special"

On the Auction Block: 2004 Saturn Vue "Spring Special"

This Saturn concept was designed to showcase the potential flexibility and utility that can be achieved from the compact Vue sport-ute.

On the Auction Block: 1 Millionth Saturn

On the Auction Block: 1 Millionth Saturn

This green '95 Saturn SC2 coupe was the one millionth Saturn built. It was manufactured in Spring Hill, Tennessee and just released from GM's private collection. This special Saturn will be auctioned by Barrett-Jackson in Scottsdale, Arizona next week.

On the Auction Block: 2 Millionth Saturn

On the Auction Block: 2 Millionth Saturn

This bright red '99 Saturn SC2 coupe was the two millionth Saturn built. It was manufactured in Spring Hill, Tennessee and just released from GM's private collection. This special Saturn will be auctioned by Barrett-Jackson in Scottsdale, Arizona next week.

On the Auction Block: 2004 Saturn Ion Red Line (Blue)

On the Auction Block: 2004 Saturn Ion Red Line (Blue)

This modified blue '04 Saturn Ion Red Line will be auctioned by Barrett-Jackson in Scottsdale, Arizona later this week.

On the Auction Block: 2004 Saturn Ion Red Line (Black)

On the Auction Block: 2004 Saturn Ion Red Line (Black)

This modified block '04 Saturn Ion Red Line will be auctioned by Barrett-Jackson in Scottsdale, Arizona later this week.

On the Auction Block: 1991 Saturn SL1

On the Auction Block: 1991 Saturn SL1

This '91 SL1 Saturn 4-door was one of the first models to roll of the company's assembly line in Spring Hill, Tennessee.

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Report: With Retailer Support, Saturn Could Return to its Roots and Get Another Lease on Life at GM

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Opel Corsa Design Sketch

The headline of an article in the Los Angeles Times two days ago read like many other articles published in newspapers and blogs all over the Web this week: "GM may pull plug on Saturn." But if you read the whole story written by Ken Bensinger, the article painted a much more optimistic picture for Saturn - one that's been overshadowed by the drama on Capitol Hill and the countless reports that speculate Saturn's days are numbered.