Model Variants (Including Prototypes)
NF.Mk II - Nightfighter version of which 466 were produced; Fitted with 4 x 7.7mm machine guns in nose and 4 x 20mm cannon in floor-mount under-fuselage position.
NF.Mk XII - Nightfighter version of which 97 were produced; Basically NF.Mk II versions fitted with Mk VIII AI radar; 4 x machine guns removed.
NF.Mk XIII - Similar to NF.Mk XII but completely rebuilt (not modified NF.Mk II's).
NF.Mk XVII - Modified Mk II's fitted with American-made Centimetric Mk X AI radar system; enlarged nose assembly.
NF.Mk XIX - Derivative of NF.Mk XVII but produced as new production models (not based on existing Mk II models; increased take-off weight; fitted with Rolls-Royce Merlin 25 engines capable of 1,635hp; 220 produced.
NF.Mk XV - High-Altitude Nightfighter Variant; increased wingspan; 4 x 7.7mm machine guns in place of cannons; Rolls-Royce Merlin 76/77 engines capable of 1,710hp; this variant never flown in combat.
NF.Mk 30 - Last wartime nightfighter fitted with various Merlin powerplants; regarded as the best of the Mosquito series.
NF.Mk 36 - Post-war Mosquito model fitted with American Mk 10 AI radar system; All-weather fighter version; Exported to Yugoslavia.
NF.Mk 38 - Final Mosquito production model in 1950.
PR.Mk IV - Photo-Reconnaissance model fitted with four cameras.
PR.Mk VIII - Photo-Reconnaissance model fitted with two-stage powerplants.
PR.Mk IX - Photo-Reconnaissance model with increased fuel capacity.
PR.Mk XVI - Photo-Reconnaissance model with pressurized cockpit cabin.
PR.Mk 32 - Photo-Reconnaissance model based on NF.Mk XV nightfighter.
PR.Mk 34 - Photo-Reconnaissance model with extra fuel storage in under-fuselage bulge.
PR.Mk 40 - Photo-Reconnaissance model developed by Australia from the FB.Mk 40 model.
PR.Mk 41 - Photo-Reconnaissance model developed by Australia from the PR.Mk 40 model, complete with two-stage powerplants.
FB.Mk VI - Fighter-Bomber Model with provisioning for underwing bombs and air-to-surface rockets.
FB.Mk XVIII - Anti-ship conversion model.
FB.Mk VI - Fitted with 57mm cannon and rockets.
FB.Mk 21 - Canadian-produced version of the FB.Mk VI model.
FB.Mk 26 - Canadian-produced version of the FB.Mk 21 model but with Packard-built Merlin powerplants.
NF.Mk 30 - Canadian-produced version of the high-altitude Mosquito with two-stage Merlin engines.
TR.Mk 33 - Naval torpedo fighter
FB.Mk 40 - Australian-produced FB.Mk VI.
T.Mk III - Trainer Conversion Model
T.Mk 22 - Canadian-produced trainer conversion model based on the T.Mk III.
T.Mk 27 - Trainer Conversion Model based on the T.Mk 22 with Packard engines.
T.Mk 29 - Trainer Conversion Model based on the FB.Mk 26.
T.Mk 43 - Australian-produced trainer conversion model based on the T.Mk III.
B.Mk IV - Base Bomber Variant
B.Mk VII - Base Bomber Variant produced by Canada with underwing hardpoints.
B.Mk XVI - High-Altitude Bomber Model with provision for single 4,000lb bomb.
B.Mk XVI - Base Bomber Version of the B.Mk IX with pressurized cockpit cabin.
B.Mk 20 - Long-range high-altitude bomber
B.Mk 25 - Long-range high-altitude bomber based on B.Mk 35 model.
"Sea Mosquito" - Royal Navy fighter / bomber based on the DH.Mk IV model.
Super Mosquito - Several projects covering improved Mosquito design forms; none advanced.
Jet Mosquito - Briefly entertained jet conversion project of the DH.98; 2 x de Havilland Halford H-1 turbojet engines for propulsion.