The Riley MPH is a 2-seater sports car manufactured in 1934-1935 by the Riley company in England. The body was mostly made of aluminum built on a traditional wooden frame. It featured a long hood, front fenders and a short rounded rear end.

The car was available with three sizes of I6 engine, 1.4-liter, 1.6-liter and 1.7-liter. The engine powered the rear axle and was mated to a 4-speed manual transmission. The 1.7-litre engine had a power output of 56 hp (41 kW) and was capable of a top speed of 145 km/h (145 mph). Only about 15 units were produced in total, and have been quite sought after in recent times.