Model Variants (Including Prototypes)
DC-2 - Base Series Designation; fitted with 2 x Wright GR-1820-F53 Cyclone engines; 156 examples produced.
DC-2A - Fitted with 2 x Pratt & Whitney R-1690 Hornet engines; 2 examples produced.
DC-2B - Fitted with 2 x Bristol Pegasus VI engines; sold to and operated by Polish LOT airlines; 2 examples produced.
XC-32 - Militarized version DC-2 for USAAC
C-32A - Commercial transport version; 24 examples
C-33 - Military transport version based on C-32; fitted with 2 x Wright R-1820-25 engines of 750 horsepower; enlarged tail surface; fuselage cargo door; 18 examples.
YC-34 - Based on XC-32 prototype; VIP passenger transport; 2 examples completed; later becoming C-34.
C-38 - Prototype known initially as C-33A; essentially C-33 with revised tail section (as on DC-3); fitted with 2 x Wright R-1820-45 engines of 975 horsepower; single example produced.
C-39 - Passenger transport; based on both DC-2 and DC-3 airframes; fitted with 2 x Wright R-1820-55 engines of 975 horsepower; 16 seats in cabin; 35 examples produced.
C-41 - One-off VIP passenger development; C-39 example fitted with 2 x Pratt & Whitney R-1830-21 engines.
C-42 - VIP transport variant; fitted with 2 x Wright R-1830-21 engines of 1,000 horsepower; 3 total examples - one new-build and two converted from existing C-39s.
R2D-1 (DC-2-125) - USN Transport Variant; fitted with 2 x Wright R-1820 engines of 710 horsepower; based on XC-32 prototype; 3 examples produced.
R2D-1 (DC-2-142) - USMC Transport Variant; fitted with 2 x Wright R-1820 engines of 710 horsepower; based on XC-32 prototype; 2 examples produced.
Nakajima DC-2 - Local license-production DC-2s produced in Japan.
Airspeed AS.23 - Proposed license-production DC-2s intended for Britain under Airspeed LTD branding.