Focke-Wulf Fw 200 L
The final civil Condor design
With the cancelling of the B and D series airliners by the military, Focke-Wulf still continued working on civil designs for Lufthansa.
Production started on the prototype for the L-series for a long range airliner, able to fly from Berlin to Dakar to New York with a commercial payload. Focke-Wulf stregthened the wing and upgraded the engines, both features that would find use on the C-3, but interestingly reverted to a single-bogie undercarriage, albiet with a larger tyre than the A-series.
During construction the prototype, V13, was also commandeered on the production-line by the military and became instead the prototype for the C-3.