The Toldi was a licensed version of Sweden's L-60 light tank manufactured in Hungary with improvements. Production began in 1938; when the war against the Soviet Union began, the 20mm gun was not able to compete, and a 40mm gun was installed. The success of the German Marder self-propelled artillery gun attracted attention as a possible way to use the Toldi, and a self-propelled artillery gun equipped with a German-made PaK40 was prototyped in 1944. Although its effectiveness was recognized, the Hungarian Army did not have enough room to mass-produce it.
This model kit from IBG includes an interior for the open-topped vehicle.