Debuting in 2000, the L-Series offered new lineup of sedans and wagons that were created by Saturn to meet customer demand. They featured unique Euro styling and offered three trim levels to choose from. Aside from the addition of several new colors, 2001 yielded no major updates. For 2002, four-wheel disc brakes debuted alongside automated headlamps, LATCH child seat anchors, head curtain airbags, an ABS system and traction control. Major updates were in store for the interior and exterior for 2003, as Saturn rolled out their new design. Significant revisions included new fascias in the front and rear, new wrap-around headlights, a redesigned front grille with a raised hood, new tail lights, a single-body color trim, updated gauge cluster, new upholstery and a smoother drive. There were no major changes made to the L-Series between 2004 and 2006, with shuffling of trims and options being the only updates to the status quo.