NEW YORK – General Motors Corp. is out to redefine small cars with the ’03 Saturn Ion 5-passenger sedan and 4-passenger quad coupe, complete with segment firsts and an ability to customize that taps into the aftermarket-accessorizing crowd. The two Ion models unveiled here are all-new offspring from GM’s new Delta global small car architecture. They will be built, along with the Vue cross/utility vehicle, on a partial split-line at Saturn’s Spring Hill, TN, assembly plant. Ion is 6 ins. ...
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