The Steyr II is a passenger car which was made between 1920 and 1924. The II was the first car made by Steyr-Werk

Due to the cars origin it was known as the "weapons-automobile". The Steyr II was developed by Hans Ledwinka who dezigned it in designed in 1917 as chief engineer of the Nesselsdorfer Wagenbaufabrik (1923: Tatra). The car had a 6-cylinder OHC in-line engine monoblock design with a 4-speed manual gearbox and the power going to the rear wheels.

Up until 1924, 2150 of these cars were made.

The successor appeared in 1924 and was named the Steyr V.