The Wolseley Viper was a car produced onlyb during 1931.
It was a stronger version of Wolseley 16/45. The otherwise identical car was equipped with twin SU carburettors, while the 16/45 only had one. The Viper engine was a 2 litre unit.
The body was a four-door, four-seat touring car. It had a length of 4445mm and a width of 1791mm, being built on a 2972mm chassis.
In 1933, the Sixteen replaced the almost identical 16/45.