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Rover 90

The top-end Rover 90 appeared with a much larger more powerful 2.6 litre engine in September 1953. Rover's idiosyncratic central gear change lever designed to allow three-abreast seating in front was used for this new car. This engine produced 90 hp and could propel the car to reach 90 mph.

Rover's stated intention was to cater for a wider field of motorists requiring varying degrees of performance and running costs.

The Rover 90 shared with the Rover 60 and Rover 75 the October 1954 modifications: a bigger boot, wide rear window and flashing directions indicators all announced at the Paris Motor Show.

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