Sunbeam-Talbot Ten and 2-Litre Saloons were superseded in the summer of 1948 by completely restyled models, the 80 and the 90, selling at £889 and £953 respectively. The very sleek bodywork, retaining the exclusive rear side window configuration, is by Thrupp & Maberly and is the same for both cars. The main difference is in the engine size, which is 1185 and 1944 cc like the preceding Ten and 2-Litre resp., but now with overhead valves and other modifications resulting in better performance, namely 47 bhp for the 80 and 64 for the 90. Also available as two-door Convertible Coupé with three-position top. They cost £991 and £1055 respectively.