The final members of the Rover P4 series were the 95 and 110. The Rover 110 was a Rover 100 with a more powerful engine. Announced 27 September 1962 these cars represented the end of an era. They were fitted with not alloy but steel door panels to reduce cost. Their very full equipment included electric windscreen washers. Although the Roverdrive automatic had been put to rest, overdrive was standard on the 110.
In a road test conducted in 1963 by The Motor magazine, a Rover 110 achieved a maximum of speed of 100 mph, 0-60 mph in 15.9secs and the Standing quarter miles in 20.6secs. This was the fastest P4 model tested in the series by The Motor.
After a successful run of some 15 years, the Rover 95 and Rover 110 were eventually replaced by Rover's wholly new Rover 2000 announced 9 October 1963 but they remained available into 1964.