Tourer, saloon, sports saloon, drophead coupé, 7-seater saloon, limousine.
They launched it at an Albert Hall party, but this uninspired six on a 111ins wheelbase didn't sell. What the 75 meant isn't clear, since it achieved neither 75mph nor 75bhp. Bendix brakes and four-speed silent third 'box. Artillery wheels on '31 standard model, wire on everything else. Changes for 1933 included rubber engine mounts, downdraught carburettors, thermostatic radiator shutters, and a long-wheelbase seven-seater 75 variant.
- 2110cc/2810cc (S6 SV)
- Front engine, rear-wheel drive
- Production dates:
- 1931 to 1933
- Number produced:
- 7000 approx