The Steyr VII is a that was made between 1925 and 1929. It was the successor to the Steyr V.
The car was based on the design of its predecessor, but had a slightly wider track and a more powerful engine. The chassis was 3475mm long with a 3325cc 6-cylinder OHC engine. The car was fitted with a four-speed manual gearbox and power was sent to the rear wheels. The engine produced 50hp and the car had a top speed of 62mph (100kmh).
Until 1929 this vehicle was also called the 12/50 hp.
Only 2150 were produced.