This table provides data on Italian WWII armored vehicle production numbers between 1940 and 1945. The table shows model numbers, years produced and total.
The Piaggio P108 was the only heavy four-engine bomber to see service with the Regia Aeronautica during World War Two. It was an innovative design.
CANSA FC.20 is an Italian reconnaissance and tactical bomber designed by Giacomo Mosso. It had limited maneuverability, unsteadiness, and low performance.
The IMAM Ro.37 is an Italian biplane built in 1934. It was a two-seat fighter/reconnaissance aircraft serving in the Balkans and both African campaigns.
The IMAM Ro.57 was an attempt by Italian engineers to supply the Regia Aeronautica with a modern heavy fighter to support and substitute its older fighters.
CANT Z.506 was an Italian three engine low wing seaplane first flown in 1935. The military version, CANT Z.506B was one of the best floatplanes ever built.