The Wolseley 18/85 is an automobile that was produced by Wolseley in the United Kingdom between 1938 and 1948.
Introduced in 1938, the 18/85 was built on a 104 inch wheelbase, and was powered by a 85 bhp, twin carburettor, overhead valve, 2322cc, inline six cylinder engine, which it shared with the MG SA. Post-war production of the model began in the autumn of 1945 and totalled 8213 vehicles.
An 18/85 driven by Humphrey Symons and Bertie Browning set a London to Cape Town record of 31 days 22 hours, completing the 10,300 mile journey on 21 January 1939. The time included a 12 day break for repairs following a plunge into the Gada River in the Belgian Congo.