Wolseley 16/45 and Viper car history
1927 to 1933
Body versions :
Touring car , limousine
Petrol :2.0 liters
The Wolseley 16/45 was a mid- size car, the Wolseley 1927 brought out as the first six-cylinder car with overhead camshaft.and later a uprated version called the Viper.
Its six-cylinder inline engine had a displacement of 2,025 cc with bore and stroke of 65 x 101mm. The car had a wheelbase of 2,972 mm. Its structure was 4,445 mm long, 1,791 mm wide and its chassis (without body) weighed 914 kg. Its top speed was 95 km / h.
Only in the model year 1931 was there a stronger version of the 16/45 hp called Wolseley Viper . The otherwise identical car was equipped with two SU carburetors, while the 16/45 hp had only one.
1933 replaced the almost identical Sixteen the 16/45 hp.
Wolseley 16/45 details
Body versions : Touring car , limousine
Engines: Gasoline engine straight six :2.0 liters
Length: 4445 mm
Width: 1791 mm
Wheelbase : 2972 mm
Curb weight : Chassis: 914 kg
Successor: Wolseley Sixteen