The Wolseley Fourteen was a car that was produced between 1935 and 1937.

It was slightly larger than the six-cylinder Hornet Special.

Its six-cylinder engine had a displacement of 1,604 cc, but in contrast to the sporty Hornet Special, had no overhead camshaft. Instead it had overhead valves with a lever operating mechanism.

The only bodied available were as a four -door sedan.

In 1937, the Fourteen was replaced by the larger 14/56.


The production of the Fourteen begin in 1938 but was halted in 1939 due to the outbreak of war. In 1946, it was resumed for three years.

The cars were fitted with a 1,818cc six-cylinder engine with overhead valves and a lever operating system. The engines managed to produce 55 bhp (40 kW).

The length of the wheelbase was between 2654 and 2692 mm. The length of the body was 4369 mm and they were 1702 mm wide. When empty, the cars weigh 1389 kg. The only body style available was a four-door sedan.