the Generations are coming
The Anhultz Mimas II was introduced without a fancy presentation like the newly introduced models. In most areas, not a lot was changed with most areas of the car now being much more refined. A new 1.6L 4 cylinder was introduced, allowing buyers a more powerful alternative to the (by US-standards) not-exactly-powerful 1.2L I3.
Apart from this, Anhultz was getting into a routine of sorts, with little abnormalities in any department.
The only important area was financing: Anhultz was soon to be self-sufficient due to the Marshall plan coming to an end. Current estimations would put Anhultz at a profit which would keep them afloat, but not as money-sprawling as the previous years.
The Rotterdam plant was still undergoing construction, but also increasing vehicle output quickly. This meant lower costs, easier delivery, elecually to the US and more sales in general since the Maastricht plant was still being overklocked to infinity and beyond.
The Dione was to recieve an overhaul in 1952, with it’s associated engineering running without issues. Same goes for the upcoming Ganymede van to be released in the same year.
In not-too-long of a time, the first cars would roll out of the factory…