The Bréguet 482 was a French four-engine heavy bomber aircraft designed just prior to the outbreak of the Second World War with two prototypes nearing completion when Germany invaded France in 1940, one of which was flown after the end of the war as an experimental platform.
Original design, powered by two Gnome-et-Rhône 14L radial engines, Unbuilt.
Proposed versions with two Hispano-Suiza 12Y engines and reduced wing area.
Bre 481 B4
Planned bomber version of Bre 481. Unbuilt.
Bre 481 Raid
Planned long-range record aircraft with further reduced wing area.
Bre 482 B4
Four engined bomber powered by Hispano Suiza 12Z engines.
Bre 482 No 1
First prototype, destroyed 1942.
Br 482 No 2
Second prototype completed 1947 as a three seat research aircraft.