Saturn will attempt to revamp and expand its current vapid product line by releasing three new vehicles during 2006. There's been positive preproduction feedback on both the Sky roadster and Aura midsize sedan, but not much has been said about Saturn's third offering, a large crossover vehicle based on GM's Lambda platform. The company announced yesterday that the 7-passenger crossover will be named the Outlook. Aside from that, all we know is that it will be able to accommodate V6 and V8 engines and that "companion models" will be produced for both Buick and GMC. Hopefully GM will differentiate these "companions" with more than just a different grille and taillight treatment, which might actually give the Outlook a chance to build upon the momentum that the Sky and Aura will most likely create.
More on Saturn's schedule of releases:
Detroit Auto Show: Saturn Sky
Grading the Detroit Auto Show: Saturn
Saturn Aura Spied!
Saturn Aura may get 300 hp Red Line treatment
Detroit Auto Show: Saturn Aura Concept