Lots of people in the Saturn sales force are elated at the news that (Roger) Penske has bought the Saturn Brand from the now 'ward of the government' General Motors. The good news may be that at least this fine automobile has escaped the clutches of Obama's car czar. "June 5 (Bloomberg) -- Penske Automotive Group Inc., an operator of car dealerships in the U.S. and U.K., won the bidding for General Motors Corp.s Saturn unit as the biggest domestic automaker sheds assets in bankruptcy. The sale should close next quarter, Penske Auto Chief Executive Officer Roger Penske said in a conference call today, without giving the terms. The price will be in a range of $100 million to $200 million, said a person familiar with the talks, who declined to be identified because the deal isnt complete. Unloading Saturn is a step toward GMs goal of disposing of four of its eight U.S. brands while reorganizing in Chapter 11. Bloomfield Hills, Michigan-based Penske Auto will add Saturn as a wholly owned unit and must find a supplier of new vehicles. We would expect to have a lineup manufactured by a worldwide partner, Roger Penske said. We have not made a transaction with any other manufacturer at this point. The ultimate goal would be to have those vehicles built in the U.S. What does this mean do you think?