Model, panel bitmap, Vcockpit and FS2004 aircraft files by F. Giuli. CFS2 airfile and aircraft.cfg by Peperez (Pepe Rezende). DP by Peperez (Pepe Rezende) and Uncle TGT. The BR.20 was a good overall design, but it soon became obsolete, and the lack of improved versions condemned it to be only a second-line machine, underpowered and lacking in defensive firepower. The final production variant was the BR.20bis which was a complete redesign. It had a fully glazed nose, a retractable tail wheel, and more streamlined fuselage, pointed fins, although the main change was increased engine power from two 932 kW (1,250 hp) Fiat A.82 RC 42 radial engines and improved and heavier armament. Only 15 BR.20bis were built from March to July 1943, with heavy Allied bombing of Fiat’s Turin factory preventing further production. There is no evidence that they were used operationally.