So far as I am concerned, the last real Daimler saloons (sedans) were the Majestic (built 1958-1962) and the Majestic Major, (built 1960-1968 with a more powerful motor). Altogether, around 2,700 Majestics were made.
As can be seen in the images below, styling was the usual clumsy British blend of classic prewar English design and hints of postwar American styling features.
For luxury cars, the Daimler Majestics were surprisingly small by contemporary American standards. Their wheelbase was 114 inches (2900 mm) and overall length 196 to 202 inches (5000 - 5100 mm). To put this in context for American readers, General Motors' 1955 entry-level brand Chevrolet Bel Air hardtop coupe had a wheelbase of 115 inches (1921 mm) and length of 195.6 inches (4968 mm) -- about the same as the Majestics.