- The original assault glider design, two prototypes built; CM.10-01, first flight 7 June 1947 at Mont de Marsan, crashed on 5 may 1948 whilst on trials at CEV Brétigny; CM.10-02 was first flown in late 1948. Production orders for 100 were cancelled after five gliders were built.
- Two CM.10 production gliders powered by two SNECMA 12S-02 engines in nacelles on each wing.
- The two CM.100s fitted with auxiliary Turboméca Piméné turbojets on the wing-tips.
A proposed military transport derivative with Turboméca Marboré wing-tip auxiliary turbojets.
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