The Wolseley 21/60 was two different upper class cars that were made by Wolseley in parallel to each other. An eight-cylinder model of the name were offered from 1928 to 1931, while the six-cylinder model was made from 1929 to 1935.
The first 21/60 had an eight-cylinder engine with 2681 cc displacement. This engine had an overhead camshaft. The luxury sedans were delivered on chassis with a length of 2896 mm or 3226, reaching a top speed of 104 km/h.
Six cylinder (1929-1935)
A year after the eight-cylinder model appeared, the six-cylinder model with the same name appeared. It's engine had 2677cc displacement and a single overhead camshaft.
The sedans had a wheelbase of 2972 mm and reached a top speed of 103 km/h.