The Wolseley Twenty-One was a luxury car introduced by Wolseley in 1936 as a successor to the 21/60. In 1938, the same car was offered on a shorter chassis and in 1940 the car was discontinued.


The first Twenty-One was a car with a big six-cylinder engine that replaced the Wolseley 21/60.

The car had asix-cylinder in-line engine with 2915 cc capacity and overhead valve (OHV). The car also have two SU carburettors.

The car was built on a chassis that was 3086 mm long. The sedan had a top speed of 120 km/h.


In 1938 the car appeared with unaltered engine but with a slightly smaller body. The engine power was 90 bhp (66 kW) at 3700rpm.

In 1940, this model was discontinued without replacement.