The first year of Zenos E10 production has been sold out with 80 buyers already lined up for the new British sports car.
The first customer deliveries of the E10 started recently with the company’s chief executive Mark Edwards confirming to Autocar that some examples have already been sent to China and the United States. Proving the most popular of the two models offered is the faster and more expensive Zenos E10 S which costs 29,995 pounds in the United Kingdom.
From a powertrain perspective, the 2015 Zenos E10 S is powered by a mid-mounted 2.0-litre Ford GDTI EcoBoost engine delivering a total of 250 hp. This represents a 53 hp gain over the standard Zenos E10 and its naturally-aspirated 2.0-litre engine.
Thanks to the extra power, the Zenos E10 S can reach 100 km/h in under 4.5 seconds and a top speed of around 217 km/h. For owners looking for even more power and fun, the optional track pack has been created. It sees the inclusion of a six-speed manual transmission, limited-slip differential, new lightweight composite racing seats, a quick release steering wheel, four-point racing harness and different wheels along with adjustable dampers.
Underpinning the Zenos E10 S is the same platform as the regular E10. This architecture combines aluminium and carbon fibre and can support the E10 S being either left hand drive or right hand drive.