4-door 5-seater saloon/estate car.
Strange, very short-lived (six months only!) 'badge-engineered special' by Rootes, effectively a Singer Vogue (1966-70 variety), rebadged after the Singer marquee was discontinued. Single-carb engine, unlike the Rapier, so 85-90mph top speed only, but disc brakes and safe if uninspired handling made it a practical machine. Don't expect too much from the 'Sunbeam' identity, though!
- 1725cc (S4 OHV)
- Front engine, rear-wheel drive
- Production dates:
- 1970 to 1970
- Number produced:
- see Singer Vogue