Part of General Motors' major restructuring following its 2009 bankruptcy filing included the dropping Saturn. Despite an attempt was made by race car owner and business mogul Roger Penske to buy the Saturn brand, the 2010 model year would be the last for the badge. For Saturn's final year, the mid-sized Aura sedan and the Sky two-seat convertible were discontinued. Only the Vue and Outlook crossover vehicles were left to represent the brand. Continuing to offer up to eight passenger capacity with front-wheel or all-wheel drive, the 2010 Saturn Outlook was unchanged from the previous model year. Having been redesigned in 2009, the Saturn Vue remains fresh. Available with four-cylinder or six-cylinder engine choices, the Vue Hybrid model is no longer sold. After 2010, Saturn production comes to an ultimate conclusion after 18 years.