L. K. I
Joseph Vollmer designed the LK I to be simple and cheap to manufacture.
The chassis of the L. K. I was a Daimler heavy passenger car's chassis.
Track frames were added and the rear wheels were replaced by drive sprockets. The turret was placed towards the rear.
L. K. II
In 1918 Daimler converted a passenger car chassis into the L. K. II. There was no turret and the 5.7 cm gun was mounted at the front in a fighting compartment.
After the war the L. K. II was taken to Sweden for additional work and the Swedish Army used them starting in 1921. It became the Strv M/21 light tank.