|Production||1957–1960 42,910 made|
|Body style||saloon, estate|
|Engine||948 cc Straight-4|
|Transmission||Four speed manual optional overdrive|
|Wheelbase||84 in (2,100 mm)|
|Length||144 in (3,700 mm)|
|Width||60 in (1,500 mm)|
|Height||60 in (1,500 mm)|
A tail-finned (with optional two-tone paint schemes) version of the Ten, the Standard Pennant was launched in 1957. Engine power was increased to 37 bhp and an overdrive gearbox was offered as an option. other options included a radio, heater, leather upholstery and clutchless 2-pedal control. Indian-produced Pennants were branded as "Standard 10", and lacked any bootlid trim other than the branding.
A Pennant tested by British magazine The Motor in 1958 had a top speed of 70.2 mph (113.0 km/h) and could accelerate from 0-60 mph (97 km/h) in 35.3 seconds. A fuel consumption of 40.2 miles per imperial gallon (7.03 L/100 km; 33.5 mpg-US) was recorded. The test car cost £728 including taxes of £243.
A Standard Pennant in the Heartbeat TV Series