The plane was an experimental bombing version of the Me262 A-2a fighter, built "under" the adolf's obsession that every German plane is to be a bomber .
It had an elongated glass front of the fuselage, in which, in the lying position, there was a second member of the crew - the bombardier. It could have been carried: 1 SC500 bomb (500 kg mass) or 2 SC250 bombs (250 kg mass) or 2 SD250 bombs (anti-tank).
The following is the second prototype, dating from early 1945. After 23 test flights, the plane crashed on 30 March at Margburg/Lahn.