NEW YORK -- General Motors has named its new Saturn roadster Sky.
The company, which also released the first visual rendering of the car on Monday, said Sky would make its debut at the Detroit auto show in January.
The rear-wheel drive two-seater -- to be built at GM's Wilmington, Del., assembly plant -- would be available from Saturn retailers starting in early 2006, GM said in a statement.
Saturn, which is key to GM's attempts to compete in a crowded marketplace, is expected to post weaker U.S. sales this year. But the addition of four new vehicles is expected to boost sales by more than one-third by the end of 2007.