Saturn PreVue Concept
Today at the New York International Auto Show, Saturn revealed its PreVue crossover concept to provide a glimpse of future vehicle designs. This three-door, four-wheel drive vehicle was developed with GM's Opel brand, and seen as the Opel Antara GTC concept in Frankfurt in 2005. Saturn and Opel's ongoing cooperation shines through this concept, and illustrates the synergy between both brands in playing similar markets, having similar competitors and targeting similar customers.
Along with the concept, Saturn also showcased three new production vehicles for 2006: the Aura midsize sedan, Sky Red Line roadster and Outlook crossover utility. The Saturn Vue has been highly successful, with more than 350,000 vehicles sold since its debut in 2002.
The PreVue concept merges sporty coupe features, like two doors and a tailgate, a sloping roof, and side windows without a B-pillar, with SUV characteristics such as powerful shoulders, wheel cutouts, steeply inclined windows, flanks and short overhangs.
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