The Stridsvagn m/31 was designed and build by Swedish Landsverk in 1932. A total of only three were made, which served with the Swedish army from 1935 to 1940 as trial vehicles.
By the time of its design, it was a very advanced tank, capable of going up against any other medium tank. It suffered from poor reliability, however, so when World War 2 broke out, the three tanks were dug in as static bunkers.
|Stridsvagn m/31 (Landsverk L-10)|
|Armour (range)||8-24 mm|
|Speed (max)||40 km/h|
|Engine||Maybach DSO 8|
|Primary weapon||37 mm Bofors (1)|
|Secondary weapon||ksp m/14-29 (1)|