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Evolution Aircraft Expands Lineup

Piston/Turbine 'Almost-Rocketship' Line Expands From Two To Four Models

Evolution Aircraft Company has upgraded their product line by adding two additional Turbine models to their lineup of experimental aircraft kits. In addition to adding two models, each Evolution Turbine now comes equipped with the new ETouch Flightdeck Interface that revolutionizes the situational awareness of the pilot.

Kevin Eldredge, the President Evolution Aircraft Company explains, “While the EVOT-750 and Lycoming piston model offer a great range of performance, we found that two additional engines from Pratt & Whitney that will bolt right on our Evolution kit will give you even more fantastic performance. The EVOT-550 with the PT6-21 turbine engine offers an incredibly efficient turbine option for hundreds of thousands less than our current EVOT-750. The EVOT-850 with its 865hp is simply the BIG DOG! Increasing the torque over 200lbs and the max cruise speed to close 330 knots will prove to be the  most incredible performing four place aircraft you can fly.”

Evolution Aircraft Company is a high-performance personal aircraft manufacturing company offering Turbine and Piston versions of the Evolution four place pressurized aircraft -- which have logged over 26,000 fleet hours and are reportedly the very first “digital kit” aircraft designed to be assembled by an owner-builder with a minimum number of man-hours (1500 hours or less). Current production is now up to sixteen aircraft per year, while the 86th Evolution was delivered recently.

FMI: www.EvolutionAircraft.com



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