In 1941, Landsverk produced an anti-aircraft tank for Finland.
In 1933 Landsverk had designed a family of anti-aircraft tanks with varying guns based on the L-10 (Strv m/31) chassis.
With the development of the L-60 light tank (m/38) a more suitable chassis became available, and with the additional of an extra road wheel the original L-62 design was progressed to construction fitted with a 40 mm Bofors L/60 anti-aircraft gun.
Finland bought 6 vehicles as the ItPsv 41, and deployed them during the Continuation War. All vehicles survived and remained in service until 1966.