Model Variants (Including Prototypes)
ANT-58 - Original three-seat model; fitted with 2 x Mikulin AM-37 engines of 1,400 horsepower.
ANT-59 - Revised four-seat model
ANT-60 - Based on the ANT-59 though with Shvetsov ASh-82 engines.
ANT-63(SDB) - High-speed day bomber prototype
ANT-67 - Five-seat long-range bomber of 1946 with ACh-30BF diesel-fueled engines.
Tu-1 (ANT-63P) - Three-seat night-fighter prototype
Tu-2 - Model of 1942; outfitted with 2 x Shvetsov ASh-82 air-cooled engines of 1,450 horsepower.
Tu-2S (ANT-61) - Model of 1943; fitted with ASh-82FN radial engines of 1,850 horsepower.
Tu-2D (ANT-62) - Model of 1944; long-range variant with lengthened wings; crew of five; fitted with 2 x Shvetsov ASh-82FN engines of 1,850 horsepower.
Tu-2DB - High-altitude reconnaissance bomber
Tu-2F - Photographic reconnaissance model
Tu-2G - Cargo transpoer variant
Tu-2K - Ejection seat testbed; two airframes used
Tu-2M (ANT-61M) - Fitted with 2 x ASh-83 radial piston engines of 1,900 horsepower.
Tu-2N - Testbed for Rolls-Royce Nene turbojet engine
Tu-2 "Paravan" - Testbed for barrage balloon cutting
Tu-2R - Reconnaissance platform
Tu-2RShR - 57mm armed prototype
Tu-2Sh - Experimental ground attack model; various configurations trialed.
Tu-2/104 - All-weather interceptor prototype
Tu-2T (ANT-62T) - Model of 1945; torpedo bomber
Tu-6 - Model of 1946; reconnaissance prototype
Tu-8 (ANT-69) - Model of 1947; based on Tu-2D as long range bomber.
Tu-10 (Tu-4 / ANT-68) - Model of 1943; high altitude bomber.
UTB - Model of 1946; bomber trainer variant; fitted with ASh-21 engines of 690 horsepower.