The Wolseley 10 was the first car with a two-cylinder engine made by Wolseley. The car was brought out in 1901.
The cars had a two-cylinder engine with a 2593 cc capacity and lateral vertical valves (sv). The engine produced 10 bhp (7.4 kW) at 750rpm. The chassis had a length of 1,828 mm. The bodies were 2743 mm long and 1626 mm wide.
The car weight was 965 kg.