Go to Ultimatecarpage.com

  Ultimatecarpage.com  > Cars by brand  > United States  > Saturn
Car search:
Quick Advanced 
Cars statistics: 6611 cars, 510 makes, 41198 images; Events statistics: 325 reports, 62219 images; Forum statistics: 94,062 members, 44,542 topics; more...

  Saturn Sky

  Article Image gallery (6) Specifications User Comments (5)  
Click here to open the Saturn Sky gallery   
Country of origin:United States
Produced in:2002
Introduced at:2002 Chicago Auto Show
Source:Company press release
Last updated:Before December 1st, 2004
Download: All images
Page 1 of 1
Click here to download printer friendly versionMost concept vehicles are designed to test public reaction. The 2002 Chicago Auto Show launched Saturn Sky concept, an open-air roadster, does just the opposite. It is a response to what young people told the designers they wanted. The Saturn Sky is a four-season vehicle spacious enough to move people and cargo comfortably through traffic without abandoning the coziness of a classic roadster. A versatile seating package allows the SKY to convert easily from two-place to four-place seating. The extra seats in the rear stow away underneath the tonneau cover when not in use.

Saturn's signature upswept lines define the exterior, creating an inviting and expressive look. A continuous upswept line follows the hood cutline embraces the headlamps, and a wide, low front air intake is positioned underneath. The taillights are powered by LED technology to give the Sky concept a distinctive lighting signature to the rear of the vehicle. The light from the LED lamps is directed in a way that provides a smooth, even glow. Sky's rear lighting provides the benefits of lightning-quick illumination, lower voltage consumption and lightweight packaging.

Inside, Saturn designers continued with the upswept character line on the steering wheel center and the door panels. The instrumentation is mounted in the center of the console, instead of the traditional location behind the steering column. This has several benefits. It keeps the driver's eyes closer to the horizon, eliminates obscuration of gauges by the steering wheel and allows for a smaller steering wheel for a sporty feel.

Page 1 of 1

  Article Image gallery (6) Specifications User Comments (5)