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In fact, the Sky is the most physically appealing GM car has produced since Harley Earl last prowled the halls of The Generals design department.Star Trek roof in his Wraith, it doesnt grip us like when he confronts a cheating partner with a blood-curdling.The Saturn Sky has been a tremendous success.Abel Tesfaye (his real name) sounded happy in his excess, when his songs used to carry a relatable hint of self-destructive displeasure.Theres filth and schmaltz like the Wasted Times clunker: You were equestrian, so I rode it like a champion.The Red Line has a 260hp Ecotec four-cylinder engine.For those of you who think GMs got this quality thing sorted, open the Sky Red Lines trunk and look at the base of the top.With both hands, pull the top backward into the trunk.This allows Abel to get to the point with surgical precision.One minute theyre acting out for the people in the room, and the next, theyre playing to an audience, concocting catchphrases for the fans"ng them on Twitter and mugging for the people using their faces as reaction GIFs.It kicks out the tail of the car, unsettling the rear tires and eliminating driver confidence.
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OK, the brake cooling vents and the larger mesh in the lower grille add a bit of aggression, but the cosmetic changes to the basic Sky are about as thrilling as Pamela Andersons fourth breast.
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When the Weeknd sings about.Youll see little foam cubes plasti-tied (like clothing tags) to help the roof keep its shape.For an artist whose entire year-one shtick was darkness and mystery, the Weeknd has taken his music to slicker and more accessible places at every turn since.While the Saturn Sky Red Lines basic shape and proportions remain top shelf eye candy a modern take on the original Corvette God is not in the details.Crack open the glovebox and hit the trunk release.