The Škoda PA-I (Panzerwagen I) was designed by Škoda in 1922, to provide the Czechoslovakian army with a purpose-build armored car. The chassis was designed from the ground-up, which allowed the vehicle to have bi-directional drive. This was a revolutionary design at the time, which was later adopted by other countries. Two prototypes were build, which were modified several times by Škoda, who eventually designed the improved Škoda PA-II.
The two prototypes were primarily used as trial vehicles. Their fate following the German annexation is not known.
|Armour (range)||3-5.5 mm|
|Primary weapon||MG 08 (2)|