Model Variants (Including Prototypes)
Warwick - Base Series Name
Warwick Mk I - Initial production mark
Warwick B.Mk I - Bomber model; 16 completed as such out of 150 ordered.
Warwick C.Mk I (Type 456) - Passenger transport for British Overseas Airway Corporation (BOAC) for Mediterranean service; 14 examples.
Warwick B/ASR.Mk I - B.Mk I bomber conversions as Search and Rescue (SAR) aircraft; 40 examples.
Warwick ASR(A) - B.Mk I bomber conversions as SAR aircraft; 10 examples
Warwick ASR(B) - B.Mk I bomber conversions as SAR aircraft; 20 examples
Warwick ASR.Mk I (Type 462) - SAR variant; 2 x Pratt & Whitney R2800-S1A4G Double Wasp radial engines of 1,850 fitted; 205 examples.
Warwick Mk II - Second production mark
Warwick B.Mk II (Type 413) - Prototype bomber form; single example based on B.Mk I
Warwick GR.Mk II (Type 469) - Anti-Submarine Warfare (ASW) / Reconnaissance form; support for torpedo armament; fitted with 2 x Bristol Centaurus VI radials of 2,500 horsepower each; 118 examples.
Warwick GR.Mk II (MET) - Meteorological research platform based on GR.Mk II model; 14 examples completed.
Warwick Mk III - Third major production mark
Warwick C.Mk III (Type 460) - General transport model; revised ventral fuselage; 45,000lb cargo-carrying capability; 100 examples.
Warwick Mk V - Forth major production mark
Warwick GR.Mk V (Type 474) - ASW / Reconnaissance form; 2 x Bristol Centaurus VII series radial engines fitted; Leigh spotlight installed; torpedo armament support; 210 examples.
Warwick Mk VI - Fifth major production mark
Warwick ASR.Mk VI (Type 485) - SAR variant; 2 x Pratt & Whitney R-2800-2SBG Double Wasp engines fitted; 94 examples completed.