The new and small British based car manufacturer called Zenos has made its way onto the United States auto market where its first ever product, the E10, has been launched from 39,500 USD.
Former senior managers from Caterham have opened a new firm called Zenos and back in January their first ever product was officially unveiled. It was called the E10, and it still is, and it’s basically a direct rival for models like the Ariel Atom or the KTM X-Bow. The new firm, which is specializing in track cars, has priced the E10 from 39,500 USD as the first deliveries of the model are expected to start in early 2015.
The options list available for the Zenos E10 include the suspension package, for 1,440 USD, the limited slip differential, for 1,490 USD, the race cage, for 1,290 USD or the OZ wheels, costing 480 USD. The Launch Edition E10 will be offered as well, in the start, costing 43,750 USD and coming with a number of optional goodies. Power to the Zenos E10 is coming from a 2.0 liter Ford four-cylidner engine, which is rated at 200 HP and 154 lb-ft of torque. The 0 to 60 mph sprint takes 4.5 seconds and top speed stands at 135 mph.