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Saturn Curve concept

Saturn Curve concept

Saturn Curve interior
Make Saturn
Model Curve
Concept year 2004
Production year -
Engine 2.2 litre 4 cylinder

The Saturn Curve concept from the 2004 North American International Auto Show was a car far different to the sensible family and budget cars usually associated with the American marque.

Designed in Sweden, constructed by Pininfarina of Italy, and built on GM's Kappa platform, as used by the Pontiac Solstice, the Curve has sports car roots, and a sports car body for that matter.

Strong, pronounced wheel arches, a high waist line, and a low roof characterised by 360° of glass beneath make for an original and attractive shape which also looks quite realistic, should the car ever be made.

The interior of the Saturn Curve concept continues the sporty theme with an open gate short throw shifter and white faced analog dials aimed directly at the driver.



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