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Saturn 'Curve' Concept Announced

Led by the new, sixth-generation Corvette, General Motors reinforces its commitment to producing compelling vehicles with the introduction of several new concept and production models at the 2004 North American International Auto Show. The 2005 Corvette raises the ante in sports car performance while maintaining a reverent connection to its half-century of heritage.

Rumored Relay Options and Specs

Last week Saturn unveiled its all-new 2005 Relay sport van to the media in a virtual press conference. For the first time we were able to get an official look at what we could expect from Saturn's upcoming minivan. However, with availability of the Relay still almost a year away, Saturn didn't share all of the details about the new model.

Saturn Van, Convertible to be Unveiled in '04

SaturnFans.com has learned that Saturn is planning two major vehicle debuts during the upcoming 2004 auto show season. While the exact timing of the unveilings has yet to be determined, sources indicate that it's more a matter of when, not if the debuts will occur.

Hybrid Vue Delayed

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General Motors recently revised its production plans for its much-touted series of hybrid electric vehicles. As a result, the Saturn Vue - which was to be the first hybrid SUV - will play a much smaller role in the company's plans. GM will instead add a so-called "strong hybrid" powertrain to its next-generation full-size sport-utility vehicles and pick-up trucks.

2.4L Ecotec Slated for 2005-06 Saturns

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GM Powertrain's new Ecotec 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine, slightly modifies that well-used adage, "There's no substitute for cubic inches." In the case of this slightly larger version of the original Ecotec 2.2-liter, one of GM's highest-volume engine families, there are a few more cubic inches found in the new 2.4-liter variant.

GM Releases Names of New Crossover Sport Vans

General Motors announced the names of its four new crossover sport van (CSV) entries that will debut as 2005 models. Delivering an optimal blend of mid-van versatility with SUV-like attributes, the new models take the segment in a new direction and help GM compete across a broader range of the highly competitive people and cargo-carrying marketplace.

Seven-Passenger Saturn Van to be Called 'Relay'

In an e-mail sent out to registered members of the My Saturn website, Saturn Corporation revealed yesterday morning that it will announce the name of its upcoming seven passenger van in Las Vegas at a retailer conference on September 8th.

GM Develops Wheel Hub Motors

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Imagine a vehicle that can give you sports car performance, better fuel economy, unrivaled ride and handling, and enhanced vehicle safety simultaneously.

Next Generation Saturn Midsize Vehicle Still a Mystery

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Will Saturn's next midsize car, rumored to be called the Saturn V, be offered as a sedan or wagon?