litre 4 cylinder
The Saturn CV-1 was the first concept car to be created
by Saturn. The vehicle was initially show at the 2000
Detroit Motor Show.
The idea behind the Saturn CV-1 was to develop a multipurpose
and versatile vehicle with a flexible seating layout.
Access to the interior of the Saturn CV-1 concept was
through conventional front doors and a concertina style
twin-rear door system.
The roofline was high and incorporated two sunroofs, one
for the front passengers and one for the rear passengers.
The tall roofline meant there was plenty of headroom for
the passengers and space for extra cargo.
Occupant safety was another priority concern during the
design of the CV-1 and because of this the vehicle was
fitted with a multitude of airbags, run-flat tires, a
tire-pressure monitoring system and extra bright LED rear
Including the driver, up to six people could comfortably
travel in the CV-1 thanks to the rear seating layout which
featured a bench seat which faced forward and two individual
seats which faced backwards.
Powering the Saturn CV-1 was a 2.2 litre inline 4 cylinder
engine which drove all four wheels via a CVT (continuously
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