Daniel chose an interesting way of designing his new VM. He decided that the Go-One Evo is a great VM just he wanted to reduce weight and therefore made it smaller. Now it is just big enough to suit him. He is working in the Go-One producer’s workshop with access to the tools, personal and knowledge they have. As it seems from the photos, they took a Go-One Evo body and cut it in smaller pieces then faired it and used it as a negative mould.
The body of the Evo R is made with a honeycomb-core and thus very light (I would not be amazed if the final VM was around 20kg). The resin was reduced to the necessary using vacuum. The entire seat weighs below 600g. On the photos you can see a comparison between the Evo R and the Evo sizes. I guess the beer bottle in some pictures is also meant as size-measure (any German child can estimate sizes in reference to a beer bottle;-))
By the way: the guy pouring beer over the VM-body is Daniel Fenn. This seems to be the baptism of the Evo R.
Perhaps we will see the Evo R as a regular series model. At least, Beyss Leichtfahrzeuge (the firm behind Go-One) reduced their portfolio by shutting down the production of the Go-One 3. They also offered the Go-One 3 moulds for 10000 Euro (the glass-canopy can be delivered at a reasonable price by Beyss).