Saturn is a small roadster produced by the Saturn brand which belonged to GM. The Sky roadster was presented at the North American Auto Show in 2005. The production started in 2006. The Sky was based on the same platform as the Pontiac Solstice and Opel GT. The Sky's engine came equipped with a low-boost supercharger that increased the power of a 2.2-liter inline four, producing up to 180 hp and 190 lb/ft of torque. All Sky models were equipped with a 5-speed manual or automatic transmissions. An independent MacPherson strut suspension made the ride smooth and pleasant.
The same year Saturn Company released Sky Read Line. This model came equipped with a more powerful engine producing up to 260 hp and 260 lb/ft of torque. Exterior enhancements included dual exhausts, 18 inch wheels and fascia elements defining Red Line model.
The Sky is a droptop for two, but if you lift its tonneau cover, you will see two small-sized rear seats. Unlike other roadsters, the Sky offers ample trunk space for the spoils of shopping trips. You might think that a car like this is a bit too whimsical, though with the use of GM's versatile Ecotec engine and the simple suspension components you will feel how pleasant it is to drive this roadster, said Erin Riches.