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Zenos launches its second model, the E10 S. Image by Zenos.

Zenos launches its second model, the E10 S
British sports car manufacturer Zenos expands range with the more powerful E10 S.
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What's this all about?

Zenos Cars has unveiled the new E10 S at this year's Autosport International Show at the NEC in Birmingham. The 'S' is a more expensive variant of the E10, which made its debut at the 2014 show.

What's new?

The show car featured the new, optional, heated windscreen. It is also possible to order from seven premium colours, including the show car's Soarin' Blue. Potential customers might be more interested in the 250hp and 400Nm of torque available from the Ford EcoBoost engine (up 50hp and 190Nm on the E10).

How much does it cost?

Basic price of the E10 S is £29,995 plus delivery; if you want a premium colour it will cost an extra £500 (or £900 for a premium metallic shade); and the windscreen and wipers are a £1,695 option.

What else?

Members of the E10's design team will be on hand at the Autosport Show, which runs until 11th January at the NEC. They will share their ideas and opinions on the Zenos design philosophy while inviting customers to see and get involved with the design process.

Two more cars are in the pipeline: the E11 roadster is scheduled to debut next year, so don't be surprised if it appears at next year's Autosport show. An E12 coupé is due to be launched in 2018.

John Lambert - 9 Jan 2015

Earlier articles featuring 2015 Zenos E10

2013-12-20: Zen and the art of the sports car

2015 Zenos E10 S. Image by Zenos.    

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