TYPE: Light bomber, fighter-bomber. Project
ACCOMMODATION: Crew of two
POWER PLANT: Two radial engines, rated at 1,450 hp each
PERFORMANCE: No data available
COMMENT: This design of a light bomber dates back to autumn 1941. A blueprint became available after the end of WW II showing a detailed three-view of the project and some important physical dimensions. It might be possible that this design may have had influence on the development of the Kawasaki Ki-102 (Allied code ‘Randy’). Furthermore, the design shows some similarity to the Grumman XP-50, forerunner of the Grumman F7F “Tigercat” (Ref.: 24).