The crossover you see before you is built on GM's new full-size crossover/minivan platform, currently known as the Lambda platform. Despite the investment in a new full-size truck and SUV platform, GM seems to be making a smart move into the full-size crossover market. We can expect that this new Saturn crossover will be extremely roomy. These larger crossovers, with both GM and Ford fielding concepts, are the next logical step. With consumers looking for more fuel efficient transportation, these vehicles should provide the interior room people demand and the exterior style that they desire. Expect this vehicle to show up in 2006 as a 2007 model. While no powertrain details are mentioned, it seems that a V8 option would make sense for this large platform.
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