The Wolseley 32/80 was a car in the luxury class produced by Wolseley between 1929 and 1930. It was built in parallel with the smaller eight-cylinder model 21/60. It was the top model of the manufacturer.

The car had an eight-cylinder in-line engine with a 4022 cc capacity and overhead valves with rocker arms. The car was built on an chassis with a length of 3581 mm.

The four-door sedan design was 4293 mm long and 1791 mm wide. The vehicle reached a top speed of 112 km/h.

As early as 1930, the eight-cylinder model was discontinued and not replaced. Never again would Wolseley build such great cars.