The Standard Fourteen is an automobile which was produced by the British Standard Motor Company from 1945 to 1948.
The Fourteen was offered as a four-door saloon on a 100-inch wheelbase with a 1,776 cc (108.4 cu in) side valve four-cylinder engine. Drophead coupe and estate car variants were also offered. The post-war model could be distinguished from its predecessor by a lack of bonnet louvres.
This Standard Fourteen is a modified prewar 12 hp car fitted with a 14 hp engine option. The engine and transmission from the Fourteen were also used in the Jaguar 1½ Litre (retrospectively known as the Jaguar Mk IV).