Yup, that's a beautiful VP-2, Norwegian, I think. It's featured on the Evansair.com site and mistakenly identified as a VP-1 when there are clearly two seats. Unfortunately, unless the pilot and passenger are both very svelte, I suspect it's a single-seater in practice as it's got to weigh at least 318 kg/700 lb empty. Max gross on the VP-2 is just 472 kg/1040 lb so that leaves just 154 kg/340 lb for people and fuel. It's OK to push the gross weight a little on a VP-1 because it's designed to utility category limits, but the VP-2 is utility category as a single-seater and normal category as a two-seater so you don't have much margin to play with. For comparison, here are some pics of the original prototype VP-2, you can see how basic it is. The challenge is to chip away even more at the VP-2 empty weight (as we discussed here) to make it a little more useful as a two-seater, that means "less is more." That's not easy on a plane that's already pretty much the definition of "spartan."