A few cars have been made in the Netherlands like Volvo S40, Smart Forfour and Mitsubishi Carisma. However, when I think of Dutch cars, I think of two brands DAF and Spyker.
The DAF 33 was in my cherished Ladybird Book of Motor Cars (1968). The OSI DAF City Car made by Corgi has numerous opening parts, a sliding door on one side and a conventional door on the other.
Matchbox had a couple of DAF Trucks a Girder Truck in the 1-75 range and a Car Transporter in the King Size line.
Matchbox also made a 1904 Spyker like in the film “Genevieve“in their Yesteryear range.
Update: the DAFs in my collection have gone to the Netherlands to an amazing Dutchman who generously sent me 12 Matchbox cars of my choosing from the late sixtes/early seventies (see Package from the Netherlands).