Henschel Hs P.75
This 1941 aircraft design was to be a possible successor to the Messerschmitt Bf 110 heavy fighter. Although of a unusual configuration for that time, there were advantages (and disadvantages) to its rear wing/forward canard construction.
The Hs P.75 featured a tapered fuselage, with the slightly swept-back wings being mounted mid-fuselage and set back to the rear of the aircraft. The widened fuselage was designed to house the Daimler Benz DB 610 engine, which were two DB 605 engines joined side-by-side, .
Crew: 1 pilot
Length: 11.3 m
Wingspan: 12.2 m
Height: 4.3 m
Surface area: 28.4 m²
Weight charged: 7500 kg
Maximum take-off weight: 3,600 kg
Power plant: 2 × engine V12 DB 613 ..
Power: 3500 HP each.
Propeller diameter: 3,2 m
Maximum operating speed (Vno): 790 km / h
Roof of flight: 12,000 m (39,370 ft)
Cannons: 4 × 30 mm Mk108 cannon located on the hill.
Not sure whether it counts - the Caspian Sea Monster (it's not really an aircraft, it's an ekranoplan - it lifts off the surface, but it relies on the ground effect and can't rise higher):