The turret was rectangular with sloping sides.
The commander and driver were located on the left side of the vehicle.
The turret housed the machine gun and in the rear bulge the radio equipment.
The machine gun had a tube that took the spent shell casing outside the front of the turret into a bag.
The commander had a door in the roof of the turret that had a sliding door.
The engine, a Wilson pre-selector gearbox, and the transmission were on the right side of the Light Tank Mk II. The power went to a cross shaft at the front.
India Service Modifications
The Light Tank Mk IIs that were intended for service in India had a Meadows engine and regular gearbox installed. The turret was replaced with a non rotating square cupola.