The BSA FW32 was a two-seater sports car or a family three to four-seater that was produced in 1932.

The FW32 had a Hotchkiss-based big aircooled twin 1021cc OHV engine in a rare four-wheeler derivative, its dead back axle riding on double quarter-elliptic springs. The FW32 was also sold as a van.

The front, as for three-wheelers, had a dummy honeycomb 'radiator', interchangeable wheels, and 8 inch brake drums.

Approximately 100 cars were produced.