Ford Anglia Model E494A is continued in production virtually unchanged from October 1948.
Ford Consul Model EOTA Saloon is powered by a new four-cylinder 1.5-litre overhead-valve engine which developed 47 bhp at 4400 rpm. Dimensionally similar to the new Zephyr Six-Consul bonnet and wheelbase were both slightly shorter this model is visibly different by its low set horizontal grille with vertical slats. Both the Consul and Zephyr Six are of entirely new integral chassisless construction-like the OHV engines a complete break with Ford tradition. They were introduced in October of 1950 for the 1951 model year.
Ford Zephyr Six Model EOTTA Saloon is powered by a new six-cylinder 2.3-litre OHV engine which develop 68 bhp at 4000 rpm. The Zephyr Six and its companion Consul caused something of a sensation when they were revealed, as the styling was so different from that of previous Fords. Both cars had full width slab-sided bodies, curved windscreens and four doors.
Convertible Consul and Zephyr option, by Carbodies, from 1951, with four or six cylinders, and Estate car from Farnham.