The Austin 60 was a luxury car produced by Austin from 1908 to 1910.

The 60 was the first car produced by Austin to have an engine inline six-cylinder engine. This engine was derived from the one installed in the Austin 40, which was an inline four-cylinder engine.

To build the new engine the crankshaft was lengthened, preserving the volume of the cylinders of the engine. The displacement 8764 cm³, which was the largest ever for an engine from Austin.

The model was offered with only one type of body, a torpedo with four seats. The car weighed 1118 kg.

In 1910, production of the Austin 60 ended. The model was replaced by the Austin 50.