The Wolseley 12/32 E4M introduced in 1928 is the replacement of previous 11/22 variant. The new engine being of a smaller four cylinder overhead camshaft version of the 16/45 ‘Silent Six’. Also featuring a spiral bevel final drive, four speed gearbox, magneto ignition and four wheel braking.
In 1928 the 12/32 was available in Touring Car, Saloon, Coupe, or Fabric Saloon (either 4 or 6 light). In 1929 the 12/32 was available in Chassis form, Tourer, Two-Seater Coupe, Saloon, Fabric Saloon (4 or 6 light), or Coachbuilt Saloon.
The 12/32 was replaced in turn by the Hornet in 1931.
|Model Designation||Wolseley 12/32 E4M|
|Production Period||1928 - 1930|
|Total Produced||~ 3000|
|Body Type||4 Door Saloon|
|Engine Configuration||IL 4 OHC|
|Power||- bhp @ - rpm|
|Torque||- lb ft @ - rpm|
|Transmission||4 speed manual|
|Top Speed||55 mph (- kph)|
|0-60 mph||- seconds|
|Fuel consumption||- mpg|
|Weight||1680 lb (762 kg)|
|Length||13’ 4.5" (4.077 m)|
|Width||5’ 7" (1.702 m)|
|Height||-‘ -" (- m)|