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MILFORD, Michigan (AP) -- General Motors Corp.'s Saturn brand plans to double the size of its portfolio by the end of 2006, adding a sporty roadster, mid-size car and larger sport utility vehicle.

GM and Saturn executives discussed some details of the enhanced portfolio Monday at GM's proving grounds northwest of Detroit, where automotive journalists drove two high-performance versions of Saturn's Vue and Ion models.

Saturn's current lineup consists of three models: the Vue SUV, the Ion compact sedan and coupe and the L-300 mid-size car, which Saturn has decided to discontinue.

Later this year Saturn will introduce the Relay minivan, followed in 2006 by the two-seat roadster, the new mid-size car and the larger SUV, which company officials call the Vue's "Big Brother."

"We're going to be more effective against the import makes like Honda, Toyota and Volkswagen," said John Smith, GM's group vice president for sales, service and marketing in North America.

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