V1 to V7 Seven pre-production prototypes of the Me 328B, also built by Jacobs-Schweyer, powered by Argus AS 014 pulse-jet engines.
Me 328 glider
Two prototype glider aircraft built by Jacobs-Schweyer Flugzeugbau G.m.b.H. (Hans Jacob). Carried piggy-back on a Dornier Do 217 and released for flight test, at times by Hanna Reitsch.
Me 328 V1
Me 328 V2 had much shorter wing span (15ft)
Me 328 V3
Me 328 V4
Me 328 V5
Me 328 V6
Me 328 V7
Me 328 V8
Me 328 V9
Me 328 V10
Me 328A The proposed parasite fighter intended for carriage by the Amerika Bomber
Me 328A-1 2 As 014 Engines mounted on the rear fuselage
Me 328A-2 4 engines 2 under the wings and 2 on the rear fuselage
Me 328A-3 Fitted with refuelling probe
Me 328B0/B1 500kg bomb load
Me 328B-2 1000kg SC1000 bomb load
Me 328B-3 1400kg SC1400 bomb load
Me 328B Ramjet Project
Me 328C Jumo 004 powered fighter derivative proposed in 1944. 4 engines mounted on the rear.
Projected folding winged version for launching from a submarines catapult, 500kg warhead in the nose, 2 Argus As 014 under the wings