The Wolseley 6 was introduced in 1905 as the successor to the Wolseley 5 hp.

It had an engine displacement of 1,246cm ³ and a power output of 6 hp (4.4 kW) at 800rpmd. The wheelbase was 1,905 mm, the weight of the chassis 533 kg.

The following year the engine was uprated to the old capacity of 1,296 cc, the power stayed the same, but was at 1,000rpm. The wheelbase shrank back to 1,676 mm. The finished car was 2,591 mm long and 1,524 mm wide. The weight of the chassis fell to 431 kg.

No later than in 1910, this model had disappeared from the Wolseley lineup.