Corporation has created several toys and other unusal promotional items
to promote thier vehicles. Unfortunately many of these are very difficult
to find and are seldom made available to retail customers. Often they are
given away to Media contacts at promotional events or only made in very
limited quantities. Ocasionally you can find these for sale at very exorbitant
prices on eBay.
Some diecast models can be purchased directly from Saturn at http://www.saturnaccessories.com/sf6/
Also DieCast Muscle has 02 SC2's in yellow, ged, gold, and silver, 03 L300's and 02 Vue's and others.
||A Saturn Train. HO Scale. Reportedly sold through some dealers, Last seen on eBay for Selling for $78.|
|Hotwheels models of the 2003 Ion in and out of the packageing|
Talk about a cool Toy! Rumoured to be autographed on the hood by "Jungle" Jack Hanna at Saturn Day at the Columbus Zoo.
An S-series Diecast model.
|This Hot Wheels model was a given out as part of the media kit at a large Auto Show. The message window rotates as the tail fans are turned.|
|This is a very well made 1:18 diecast model of the 2001-02 SC2. This was manufactuered by a company called Gateway Global and came in both Red and Yellow.|
|This is a very well made 1:18 diecast model of the 2001-02 SC2. This was manufactuered by a company called Gateway Global and came in both Red and Yellow. This yellow version was last seen selling on eBay for $80.|
|I don't know anything about this model VUE.|
|And an L-Series model that I know nothing about.|
|Here is a second generation SL2.|
were orginally offered by the Japanese Saturn corporate web site. While
definately not 'toys' in the usual sence they are kinda fun.
These were illustrated by Akira Mizorogi who was born in Chiba in 1967, graduated from the Musashino Art University, where he studied basic design. Collecting car models has been his hobby since junior high school. One of his favorite activities is expanding his collection each time he takes a trip overseas. Mizorogi's publications include Kami no Kuruma 1 ("Paper Cars 1") and Kami no Kuruma 2 ("Paper Cars 2"), both from Nigensha. He's also created a hot CD-ROM called Digital Kami no Kuruma ("Digital Paper Cars") from Imagica.
|The photo here does not do this little thing justice. This is a small 3.5X2.5 inch hologram card. The hologram consists of about 10 positions of a 98? three door coupe. The image moves from pointing directly at you to pointing away with the doors opening. It says 'Made by Kodak' in the lower right corner. On the back in a gold star sticker that says Maxx Star Marketing.|
|Direct all eyes toward the Saturn ION with the remote controlled Saturn Lightship. Great way to promote Saturn and the ION in your showroom or any indoor event. Some assembly required; complete with batteries; does not include helium. Measures 48 x 29-1/2 deflated. Screened Saturn logo on one side, ION logo on opposite side.|
|Let your imagination soar with this Hot Wheels® replica of the Saturn Lightship. The Lightship was launched in 2001 to help promote the arrival of Saturns first sport utility vehicle the VUE. The message window rotates as the tail fans are turned. Made of die-cast metal and plastic; measures 3-1/2. Recommended for ages 5 years old and up. Great for adult collections too! Screened Saturn VUE logo.|
|If you know anything regarding this item please let me know.|
|I don't have any other information regarding this L-Series Diecast but the level of detail is pretty amazing.|
Rumour has it that some diecast models were made of the first generation SL2s. If any has a few pictures they could share it would be appreciated.
If you can add any information to the items on this page or know of other items that should belong here please send some mail. If possible I would really like to get some official production numbers on some of these items. It would be nice to know how rare they really are.