The 1952 Kaisers made their debut in showrooms with minimal changes compared to the 1951 models. They retained the attractive styling penned by Dutch Darrin and continued to exude the distinctive character that mirrored Kaiser’s unwavering independence.
Due to budget constraints, Kaiser limited the Virginian model to Special or Deluxe trim options and offered it in both two- and four-door body styles. Under the hood, the reliable Supersonic L-head inline-six provided the power, complemented by the choice of a Hydra-Matic transmission. A total of just over 5,500 Kaiser Virginians were produced in 1952.