Zenos Cars launched its Zenos E10 R at the Performance Car Show in Birmingham. The E10 R is a high-powered 2.3 L Ford EcoBoost engine. It runs 260 kW at 6000 rpm and 475 Nm at 4000 rpm.
The heavyweight performance and lightweight structure of the Zenos E10 R are the results of its extreme specification. The sports car has a strong hybrid chassis which made of a carbon composite cockpit and steel safety cell extruded aluminum spine.
The British sports car has a "Weather Pack." These are the heated windscreen and wipers, "Storm Cap", and "Get Home" storable hood.
The body of the sports car has a steel rollover and side-impact protection system. It owns a self-colored removable front and rear wings. The sports car has 149.6 inches in length, 7.4 inches width, and 44.5 inches height.
The British sports car has uniquely tuned suspension and brakes. The suspension is an R-Edition OZ 16 in front and 17 inches in rear wheels. It has tuned suspension Avon ZZR 195/50ZR16 in front and in the rear is ZZR225/45ZR17. It looks amazing in its double wishbone design both in front and rear.
The sports car has an updated adjustable platform Bilstein dampers and uprated front discs. The standard equipment levels are higher and it includes six-speed manual gearbox, ventilated disc brakes, and updated four-pot calipers.
The wheels mass enhances grip and control. It weighs 750 kg which has been helped by wheels that are 2.5 kg lighter. The wheelbase is 90.6 inches. The sports car has 12V power socket and immobilizer. It uniquely has a center console multi-functional TFT and separate driver display. It has two-skin composite seats with four-point racing harnesses.
It accelerates from zero to 60 mph or 97 km per hour in as little as three seconds. It also reaches the top speed of 155 mph or 249 km per hour. It has a six-speed transverse transmission which runs into a turbocharged four-cylinder. The powertrain of the Zenos E10 R has 2261 cc with 16 valves.
Zenos Cars is British automotive company that designs and manufactures high-performance and lightweight sports cars. The company is based in Wymondham, Norfolk, United Kingdom.