Production of the the 11th Légère resumed in June 1945, then came the 15 Six in February 1946. The 11 Normale become available from March 1947. The long wheelbase models seen at Paris Show last year did not go into production yet.
Between January 1 and October 1, 1947 14,038 copies of the 11 Légères sedans were released, but, until the same date, the 11 Normal (restarted only in March 1947) and the 15-Six had not exceeded 775 units for the former and 45 for the latter (including 39 copies of the 15-Six G and six 15-Six D).
No significant changes for the 11 for 1948 model year. They received ribbed wing guards at the front and back. The grille of the 11 Normale changes slightly with an oblong crank hole.
The 15 Six was meant to recieve the same wheels as on the 11,
but temporarily retain their Pilot wheels because of supply difficulties.