The Laurin & Klement 120 (also known as Laurin & Klement-Škoda 120 or Škoda 120) was the larger sister to the first Škoda 110 Series. The car came out in 1925, available with different body options.
The water-cooled, side-valve, four-cylinder, four-stroke engine had a displacement of 1944cc and a power output of 30 hp (22 kW). This accelerated the 960-1380-pound vehicle up to 85 km/h. Power was transferred to the rear wheels. The chassis of the car consisted of riveted steel U-profile beams.
In 1926, the model was replaced with the Series 3 Škoda 110.