The Wolseley 50 was the largest car that Wolseley has ever made. It was produced between 1911 and 1915.
The car had a six-cylinder block engine with a 8928 cc capacity and lateral vertical valves (sv). The chassis was either 3581 mm or 3734 mm long. The bodies were 5004 mm long and 1778 mm wide. The curb weight was 1473 kg.
In 1916, this model was discontinued.