The Fiat RS.14 was designed in 1938 as a reconnaissance sea plane.
The Fiat R.S.14 was based on the A.S.14 land based ground attack bomber that had retractable landing gear. It was redesigned in 1941 as unarmed R.S.14As.
A single torpedo could be carried between the floats.
The construction of the RS.14 was all metal.
The bombardier was in the nose.
The floats were single step and attached to the engine nacelles.
The R.S.14 had a stressed-skin covering for the metal frame.
The tail used a metal frame that had metal covering the fixed areas and fabric over the elevators and rudder.
The Fiat R.S.14's mid-wing cantilever design used an all metal frame.