A prototype twin-engined high-speed bomber based on C.640 mail-carrier, flown in March 1937; it accommodated a crew of three comprising a bomb-aimer in the nose and the pilot and gunner under a raised glazed canopy,
intended armament was two 20mm cannon, one 7.5mm machine-gun and two bombs of either 100kg or 250kg depending on target distance; performance similar to C.640,
dimensions and weights slightly increased; bore the provisional service serial FW-006, but soon abandoned.
Modification C. 670
Wingspan, m 14.80
The length of the aircraft, 11.60
The height of the plane, m 3.00
Wing area, m2 28.00
Empty plane 2127
Maximum take-off 3704
Engine type 2 DD Renault 454
Power, hp 2 x 220
Top speed, km/h 405
Cruise speed, km/h 382
Practical range, km 2640
Practical ceiling, m 7000
Crew, attendees 3
Two 20mm HS9 cannons,
One 7.5mm MAC-34 Machine gun,
Bomb load – 200 kg, 500 kg in overload
1-Alternative History – Ivan Byakin. 2-Un siècle d’aviation francaise – Caudron C.670.
3-Andre Hauet – Les Avions Caudron. 4-Le Fana de l’Aviation 1973-03, Edouard Mihaly – Caudron-Renault C.670. 5-Le Fana de l’Aviation 1993-03, Edouard Mihaly & Harry Roninson – Les Caudron-Renault “Typhon”.