Vilner Brings Back the Discontinued Saturn Sky

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Vilner has brought back a classic and made it look better than ever.
For those of you who don't remember Saturn, they were a subsidiary of General Motors that was discontinued during the economic downturn. GM, who discontinued Pontiac and Hummer as well, stopped production of new Saturn models on October 1, 2009 and officially shut them down the following year on October 31st following a failed sale to Penske Automotive. And now the Saturn Sky Roadster (known in Europe as the Opel GT) has made a comeback thanks to tuners Vilner.
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The excellent Oriental Blue Sky Roadster features plenty of modern updates, such as LED-daytime running headlights and a revamped front bumper that features a revised grille. The interior comes equipped with black Alcantara and carbon fiber pieces, while the seats, dash and sides are finished in Royal Red leather. Check out the photos of Bulgarian tuner Vilner's take on the Saturn Sky Roadster. No pricing information has been revealed for the aftermarket program.