In spite of being smaller, the width in the height of the elbows is wider than in its ancestor, thus more comfort here. The entire built of the vehicle changed. There is no “engine hood” anymore but an upper and a lower shell. The bottom bracket boom is adjustable and available in different sizes. The seat and its mounts can be modified to the customer’s needs but is not adjustable.
Its name will be something with s. In the German velomobile forum, the name Evo K is circulating. Daniel himself called it Evo S in a message. Let’s see how Beyss is gonna put it on the market.
Blathered enough, here are the pictures (for comparison there are also pictures of the Evo K among these, e.g. from below, the Evo K has one, the Evo S two chain idlers.):