GM Awards Saturn Sky Project To Gravana
General Motors Awards Saturn Sky Project to Gravana – Saturn Sky Enthusiasts Will Have Wider Selection of Aftermarket Accessories
Gravana To Build Up To 15 New Restyling and Performance Products For Saturn’s Hot New Upscale Sky Roadster
Valencia, CA: June 1, 2006 – Earlier this year, General Motors awarded Gravana a Saturn Sky roadster to increase enthusiasm for the Saturn in the aftermarket community. Gravana has quickly become a leader in the industry in New Aftermarket Product Development and product selection for several new GM brands. In particular, Gravana’s recent success with a new line of products for the Ion and Ion Red Line has generated a solid following for the company among Saturn fans. Gravana already has experience with GM’s new rear wheel drive compact performance architecture, building a highly visible Pontiac Solstice project car last year. Gravana and Saturn will debut the 2007 Saturn Sky project car later this year at the 2006 SEMA Show in Las Vegas.
“The ultimate goal for Gravana is to build exciting new products that will give Saturn Sky owners an option to personalize their hot new roadster, as well as helping to drive the ‘on-the-fence’ traffic to Saturn retailers and drive off with a new Sky. We are very fortunate to be awarded a Sky this year, and we are equally fortunate to be involved with such a great organization,” said Jim Lupold, President of Gravana. “Last year, we built several new products for the Kappa platform, and we believe GM has a winner with this formula. We look forward to unveiling the Gravana Sky at SEMA, as well as offering a wide selection of performance and accessory products”
Gravana’s product line-up for the refined Saturn Sky includes, but is not limited to, Aerodynamic Lower Ground Effects Kit, Full Bumper Body Kit, Carbon Fiber Engine Cover, Stainless Air Intake System, Header & Exhaust, Coil-Over Suspension, Sway Bars, Heat Extractor Hood, and a variety of additional upgrades that compliment the car. Gravana has forged marketing partnerships with companies such as Borla, Boston Acoustics, Dunlop and Hahn on past projects, and will most-likely continue with this successful formula on the Sky project
The Sky's the limit!