Sunbeam Vogue are also available in continental Europe where the Singer name was not as well known.
Sunbeam Arrow - Export variant of the Hillman Hunter. This model appears to have taken a variety of forms. For the US market, it initally appeared in 1967 as a rebadged Hillman Hunter. For 1968, a station wagon appeared, derived from the Hunter estate car. For 1969-70, it was basically a Singer Gazelle, but with the 1725cc engine and a Minx grille.
In October a third Rapier variant, was introduced. The fastback Alpine is a de-tuned model intended to slot in under the Rapier in the Sunbeam range. It has a single Stromberg 150CD carburettor and less luxurious trim. All Sunbeam Rapier sold in North America were badged as Alpines - the Alpine Coupé being the North American equivalent to the Alpine, and the Alpine GT being equivalent to the Rapier.