The Jowett 10 hp (also called the Jowett Ten) was an automobile produced between 1937 and 1940.
The four-door saloon was given a slightly different grille from the Jowett Eight. Other changes to the model included a single carburettor and the free wheel. Spare wheels were always indoors, but other year-by-year changes included an unusual bonnet-louvre pattern in 1940. For vans from 1938 (onwards), had un-Jowett-like rectangular grille.
The Ten was fitted with a 1166cc (HO4 SV) front-mounted engine. The car was rear-wheel drive and 1582 cars were produced.