Started in the 1980s as "a new kind of car company," General Motors’ Saturn division took a fresh approach to manufacturing and selling automobiles. Launched with a new factory in Spring Hill, Tennessee, Saturn started with a meager product line distinguished by resilient (and ill fitting) plastic door panels. A small sedan and coupe kicked off the brand through its own no-haggle dealerships. Over time, the cars and SUVs became more conventional, sharing much with other models in the corporate portfolio. Ultimately, Saturn was no different than the other brands that GM had to close through its dark bankruptcy days, shuttering the division in 2010.