The first Messerschmitt Me P.1100 had a small canopy offset to the port
side enclosing the pilot, with the navigator/bomb-aimer seated inside the
fuselage nose. This proposal was issued on March 22, 1944. There was no
defensive armament planned, but a 2000 kg (4400 lb) was to be carried internally.
It was to be powered by two Jumo 004C turbojets, to be replaced by two
He S 011 jet engines at a later date.
Span: 12.58 m (41' 3.7") Length: 12 m (39' 4.8") Max. Speed: 778 km/h (476 mph)
Right: Me P.1100/I instrument panel mockup...