ROVER 2-LITRE (1931-32)
Weymann saloon, coachbuilt saloon, sportsman's coupé.
Now with the 111ins frame as used by the Speed 20, and with the same bodyshell as the 10/25. The latter feature gave the cars a distinctly over-bonneted look (and the 10/25s an over-tailed look), while an unusual styling touch was the dress guards on the rear wings, where the leading edges overlapped the doors, thus adding extra weight and a built-in rust trap. Servo assisted brakes were an optional extra.