The Blohm & Voss P192 an intended ground attack / dive bomber to replace the aging and outmoded Junkers Ju 87 "Stuka" dive bomber series so critical to the war's early years powered by DB 603G of 1875hp The engine was not configured in a "pusher" or "puller" arrangement in the true sense of those words but instead buried within the fuselage, the propeller blades protruding from the fuselage skin to enact against air flow.
The dual-fuselage, five-engine Heinkel He 111 Zwilling was specifically designed…
X-Wing Turbo Prop / This thing here? I think it might go really really fast... maybe.
Blohm & Voss P.196
Blohm und Voss P.194 ground attack and multi purpose project of asymmetric layout . a development of the single piston -engined BV 141.The very much faster p.194 designed in march 1944 was to be powered by a jumo004b turbojet as well the BMW 801D radial piston engine none were build