The AC 16/70 was a car produced by the British manufacturer AC in the 1930s. It was powered by a 2-litre overhead-cam six cylinder engine that produced 16 hp and it was powerful and reliable.
The 16/70 was launched in 1936 and it featured triple SU carburettors. It boasted 70 hp which powered it along to a top speed of 84 mph. Factory bodies could be open or closed, but it was three times more expensive than its rival, the SS100.