Blomh & Voss P.212
Dr Vogt design presented for the "Emergency Fighter Program" in February 1945, the Blohm & Voss P.212 using the same design of steel air-intake / load-bearing structure as the Bv 211, it had a number of interesting features, pressurized cockpit, wings swepted at 40 degrees, a fuel load giving four hours of flight and a large varied armament load.
The design impressed the panel so much that although the Focke-Wulf Ta 183 was chosen for production, three prototypes of the Bv 212 were ordered with construction beginning just as Germany faced the last few weeks of the war.
- Engine: 1x Heinkel He S 011 turbojet
- Wing Span: 9.50 m
- Length: 7.40 m
- Height: 7.15 m
- Weight: Empty 2,710 kg / Loaded 4,180kg
- Maximum Speed: 965 km/h
- Ceiling: 12,400 m
- Range: 4 hours endurance
- Crew: 1 Pilot
- Armament: Up to 7x 30mm MK-108 cannons / 1x 55mm MK-112
cannon* / 24 R4M air to air missiles* / 1x 500 kg bomb.
* fitted with 2x MK-108 30mm cannons