About Saturn Sky
The Saturn Sky is a great roadster. It was released in the first quarter of 2006. The vehicle uses the Kappa automobile platform. It was built at GM's Wilmington Assembly plant in Wilmington, Delaware. The Saturn Sky has 18-inch (457 mm) wheels and a 2.4 L Ecotec LE5 I4 engine. The vehicle also featured a dealer-installed turbo upgrade kit. The Wilmington Assembly plant closed in July 2009. Then, the sedan's production ended. The pretty styling was designed by Franz von Holzhausen. Such design became available in some European and South Korean markets in 2006.
The concept car of the Saturn Sky was launched at the North American International Auto Show in 2005. The production of the Saturn Sky followed in 2006. Later, the Red Line edition was launched on April 11, 2006, at the New York Auto Show. It is equipped with a 260 hp (194 kW) turbocharged Ecotec engine and an automatic transmission. The Red Line also featured a standard torque-sensing limited-slip differential and an enhanced sport suspension. For the exterior, the Red Line has dual exhausts, 18-inch wheels, and a specific front fascia. For the interior, the Red Line is noted for a special leather-wrapped steering wheel, special embroidery on the seats and floor mats, metallic door sill covers and stainless steel pedals, a special tachometer, and a digital boost gauge in the Driver Information Center.
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The company released two limited editions of the Saturn Sky thereafter. In 2008, GM launched the Carbon Flash Special Edition. This edition has a unique metallic Carbon Flash paint color, removable silver racing stripe, and Monsoon premium audio. Most importantly, the 2008 limited edition provides silver inserts in the interior seating and steering wheel for consumers. In 2009, two limited-edition Saturn Sky debuted--Ruby Red Special Edition and Hydro Blue Limited Edition. All limited editions use Monsoon premium stereos. The Ruby Red Edition featured the Ruby Red color and a unique, removable carbon racing stripe. While the Hydro Blue Edition featured a Hydro Blue color and matching blue-colored stitching in the seats and gear shifter. In 2010, a new variant of the Saturn Sky was produced in Wilmington, DE. Plant. The new model added a remote start on automatic-equipped cars, option package changes and additions, and three new colors. Those colors were Kinetic Blue, Opus Green, and Dark Labyrinth Metallic. Check our website for more details and welcome. You will find useful information and great auto parts on our website.