The Daimler Regency was a family of luxury cars that was introduced for the 1952 model year. The Regency was offered in a standard four door saloon body style that was crafted by the coachbuilder Baker, but for 1953, an Empress body was introduced. This four door saloon body style was built by Hooper, and featured much sleeker lines. Another prominent body style was the Sportsman, which featured a wrap around rear window, and additional interior luxuries. These cars were initially powered by a 3.0L inline six engine, but later, a Mark II would be introduced that was offered with 3.5L and 4.5L inline six engines. Production of the Daimler Regency family lasted until 1958.