Sunbeam-Talbot 90 Mark II A Saloon and Drophead Coupé continue with detail changes including the Alpine's higher compression ratio, modified front bumper, and plated surrounds on the small side grilles on the front valance. From October 1954 both models carry the marque name Sunbeam (Mark III), thus falling into line with the Alpine Roadster which had been designated Sunbeam from its introduction in early 1953.
Sunbeam Mk III have 80 bhp, side engine bay air outlets, separate seats and new wheel trims. Overdrive and rev counter are optional. Top speed is 95 mph.