In 2002, Saturn launched their first SUV built on an all new platform. It was a 4-door compact crossover called the Vue. No one expected this from Saturn, a company famous for making sedans and coupes with plastic body panels. But the Vue soon became a sales leader for Saturn. Three different submodels were available during the first few years. The base model included a modest 2.2L 4-cylinder engine or more powerful 3.0L V6. In 2004, this V6 would be traded for a 3.5L and shared with a second submodel; the Red Line. The Red Line included a sporty suspension, lower ride height, tighter steering, and some cosmetic upgrades. In 2007, the Green Line would join the group with a 2.4L hybrid engine offering buyers a more eco-friendly choice in the SUV market. Though three different models were offered, most Saturn Vue parts are the same between the lines (with the exception of the engines and a few suspension components). The re-design in 2008 took production from the factory in Tennessee to Mexico where GM was already producing the Opel Antara. The re-badged Antara continued to be sold in the US as a Saturn Vue until 2010 when it was discontinued along with the rest of Saturn vehicles.