The Steyr VI or Steyr 60 is a sports car that was first introduced in 1922.

Until 1928 there were several versions which were all based on a combination of the chassis by the lightweight 4-cylinder-type IV with the 6-cylinder engine of the type II and based its developments.

Although the series was small, almost every car was equipped with special features. There was a Steyr VI sport which was fitted with a 155hp engine. There were several vehicles, called Steyr VI sports, the engines had a capacity up to 4.4 litres and 100 horsepower.

From 1923, these vehicles achieved respectable finishes in races such as Targa Florio, the Klausen Pass, in Mugello, on the Avus, at Semmering, etc. and made ​​the brand famous.