The Riley 10 was a mid-sized car with V2 engine that was made by Riley between 1909 and 1914.

The car had a V2 engine with 1,390 cc displacement, lateral vertical valves and water cooling. The engine produced 15 bhp (11 kW).

The chassis was available in two sized, either 2286 long mm or 2438 mm long. The body was between 3200 mm and 3581 mm long and 1524 mm wide. The chassis weighed 584 kg. Like all Riley vehicles, the 10 had wire wheels.

The median V2 model was offered until 1914. After the First World War in 1919, a success appeared as the four-cylinder 10.8.