The Landsverk 181 and 182 armored cars looked very similar in appearance, differing from each other mainly in the shape of the grilles and the engine compartment louver
The armored car L202 (h) is an exhibit of the exhibition of captured German vehicles in Gorky Park of Industrial Complex in Moscow. 1945 year
In addition to the Swedish-made armored cars, the Germans seized in the Netherlands and several modern DAF M39 armored vehicles. How many exactly is unknown. The Dutch army managed to get 12 machines of this type. In the fighting, they did not participate, but at least one armored car was blown up by the crew. In any case, officially, only three armored vehicles of this type were taken on 24 in May 1940, by the Wehrmacht. They received the designation Panzerspahwagen DAF 201 (h) and were used, in particular, in the Army Group "North" on the Eastern Front. In the winter of 1943, one combat vehicle of this type was hit and captured by the Red Army near Leningrad.
Two captured Dutch armored car DAF М39, which received the designation DAF 201 (h) in the Wehrmacht. 1940 year. Both vehicles belong to the 18 of the German division. The armored car in the background there is no weapon in the tower
The DAF 201 (h) armored car, shot down and captured by the Red Army in the 1943 year. It is difficult to judge from this photo whether this vehicle was disabled by artillery fire or exploded in a mine.