Alexander Begak is a test pilot and the chief designer of Evolution, a flying pod that can travel on land, slide through water and snow and fly thanks to a gliding parachute that acts as soft, highly portable wing. The one or two-seater vehicle made of Kevlar and titanium was presented at the crazy 2007 Moscow Air Show, but it's now available starting at US$7,200. Their most amazing personal planes are yet to come, however: the Sirius and Iris, after the jump.
Evolution Pod Travels Through Land, Water and Air
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