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Flashback Friday: the Last 2009 Saturn Sky

Flashback Friday: the Last 2009 Saturn Sky

For this week's installment of Flashback Friday, we only have to look back a little more than three months to this past spring. The date was Wednesday, May 20th, 2009 to be exact. On that day, GM's Boxwood Assembly Plant in Wilmington, DE built the last Saturn Sky.

How Direct Injection Works

Saturn's 2009 Outlook, Sky Red Line, and upcoming Vue 2-Mode hybrid models all feature powerplants using "direct injection" (DI) technology to improve power, efficiency, and emissions. In a conventionally port fuel injected engine, air and fuel are mixed before they enter the combustion chamber. With General Motors' DI engines, fuel is sprayed directly into the cylinder where it is mixed with air.

2009 Saturn Vue Lineup

Saturn's Vue lineup consists of a wide variety of powertrains and trim levels. The compact sport-utility can seat up to five, and be equipped with either a front- or an all-wheel-drive system.

2009 Saturn Vue 2-Mode Hybrid Preliminary Specs

Saturn's 2009 Vue 2-Mode Hybrid sport-ute crossover features an advanced, state-of-the-art hybrid-electric power system that will change the way people think about hybrid vehicles. The two-mode system will help Vue owners maximize their fuel economy around town and on the highway without giving up any passenger room, cargo capacity, or towing capability.

Flashback Friday: 1994 Saturn SL2 Homecoming Sedan

Flashback Friday: 1994 Saturn SL2 Homecoming  Sedan

Pictured is the back page of the Saturn brochure printed to tout the 1994 Saturn Homecoming Commemorative Sedan. Saturn built a limited number of these special pearl white SL2 sedans to commemorate the brand's first homecoming celebration held at the Saturn plant in Spring Hill, Tennessee. The MSRP for the Homecoming SL2 was $15,650.

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This is the Saturn Lola race car that was used in the late 1980s, before the first production Saturn vehicles were ever built, to test how Saturn's innovative 1.9L 4-cylinder would perform under pressure.