In 1993, Saturn renamed its SC model the SC2. It was their "sporty" offering, equipped with a 1.9L 4-cylinder engine churning out 124hp. Though that number is a bit low, so was the overall weight of the car. Coming in at just over 2,400-lbs, the power to weight ratio is comparable to that of a Mazda Miata or Toyota MR-2 of the same era. Of course, the most notable feature of this coupe (from 199-2002) was the new rear-hinged suicide door behind the driver's seat. This allowed passengers to enter the rear without disturbing the position of the seat - something all drivers detest. While Saturn is no longer producing automobiles at this time, there are many Saturn SC2 parts available to fix or repair one that needs it. Fun fact: the 1997 SCCA World Challenge Touring 2 Class race at Lime Rock, CT was won by a Saturn SC2.