Just after being previewed, the long-awaited Zenos E10 sports car made its public debut at the Autosport International 2014!

Under the hood, the production ready Zenos E10 is powered by a 197 hp 2.0-liter Ford engine. That potent little powerplant is then mated to either a five or six speed manual transmission depending on specification. All up, the Zenos E10 tips the scales at just 650 kg. As a result, it has a power to weight ratio of over 300 hp per tonne! While performance figures have yet to be released, a sprint to 100 km/h from a standstill in around 4 seconds sounds achievable.

Along with the recent official launch of the E10 sports car, it was confirmed by the company’s director, Ansar Ali who just so happens to be the former CEO of Caterham, that a special Launch Edition of the Zenos E10 will be available. Priced at 28,995 pounds which is 4,000 more than the standard E10, the E10 Launch Edition will constitute the first 75 E10s to roll off the production line. Each will be fitted with a six-speed manual transmission as standard as well as a limited slip differential, racing steering wheel, custom paint and lightweight wheels.

Limited to Europe at the moment, the Zenos E10 has already been well received on the company’s website with 200 expressions of interest accounted for.

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