The 40 hp, or Forty, was a car produced by the Standard from 1908 to 1911.
The model replaced the 30 hp, and had installed an engine in line front to six cylinders and side valves, which had a capacity total of 6,107 cm ³. The drive was back.
The only bodywork was available torpedo. The model was available with two frames, which were differentiated by the length of the step, i.e., 3,048 mm and 3,353 mm. In the year of the car's launch, the range of the standard was made up of two models, the 40 hp and the smaller 20 hp, which had also mounted a six-cylinder engine.
In 1911, the 40 hp was taken without the production launch of the successor model no.