Messerschmitt Me 264 - only 3 prototypes were built with the intention of flying as far as New York but they had to drop the project to concentrate on fighters. The first flight was in 1942 , the project was cancelled in
17 Sept 1942 Bomber Command steps up the attack. The Messerschmitt 264 first flew in December 1942 but the programme fell victim to development problems and changing priorities. Schwerer Bomber Messerschmitt Me 264
Focke-Wulf Ta 400. The Focke-Wulf Ta 400 was a large six-engined bomber design developed in Nazi Germany in 1943 by Focke-Wulf as a serious contender for the Amerika Bomber project. One of the first aircraft to be developed from components from multiple countries, it was also one of the most advanced Focke-Wulf designs of World War II, though it never progressed beyond a wind tunnel model.
The Me 264 bomber’s cockpit – this plane was designed to be capable of bombing New York and return to Germany. The end of the war prevented this from happening. German World War 2 planes - World War 2 Planes
original caption reads "Never-build German heavy bomber concepts, all created for the Amerika Bomber project. Notice how many of these designs bear resemblance to subsequent early cold war models from America and Britain.