Zenos E10 R makes Autosport International Debut
Source : Zenos E10 R makes Autosport International Debut
Zenos reveals a Ford Focus RS-engined type of its E10 sports car, which costs through £39,995
Dubbed the E10 R, the brand-new car is usually described as being the “most thrilling Zenos type yet” as well as promises “greater affordable performance as well as driving thrills”.
Power for the E10 R comes through the same 2.3-litre EcoBoost engine in which already powers the Ford Focus RS. The engine produces 350bhp as well as 349lb ft, which is usually enough to give the E10 R a 0-60mph sprint time of 3.0sec as well as a top speed of 155mph.
By comparison, the standard E10 gets 40% less power through its 2.0-litre EcoBoost engine, at 250bhp, as well as takes 4.5sec to reach 60mph.
different alterations include a shorter gear lever, four-point racing harnesses as well as upgraded disc brakes with four-piston callipers. The E10 R is usually also 10kg lighter than the standard car, as well as features a dry weight of 700kg.
Zenos will also be offering a limited-edition Drive Edition type of the vehicle, which receives bespoke paintwork as well as brand-new Inner surface trim. Additional equipment on the Drive Edition includes adjustable dampers, a quick-Discharge steering wheel as well as uprated master cylinders.
The E10 R will make its public debut at the Autosport International show in January. Zenos boss Mark Edwards said: “As the fastest as well as most focused car we have yet created, the Zenos E10 R is usually a hugely exciting stage within the development of our company’s story. Yet in which is usually also a logical progression, building on the strengths of the E10 as well as the E10 S to deliver even greater driving thrills.
“Thanks to its advanced architecture as well as natural balance, in which was always clear in which the E10 could handle even more power than the ‘S’ offers. Yet in which is usually vital in which any brand-new Zenos type features the Zenos hallmark of affordability as well as the most accessible way to join the 500 bhp per tonne car club.”
Buffering This particular affordability is usually 18-panel bodywork as well as inboard springs as well as dampers, with the intention of minimal damage as well as quick as well as inexpensive repairs, should the driver damage the vehicle. Chief Operating Officer Mark Edwards also claims strong resale values on Zenos cars, further pushing Zenos’ affordability mantra.
Prices for the E10 R start at £39,995, with the Drive Edition type – of which just 15 will be made – costing through £43,995, although only a few remain. The Drive Edition features more equipment as standard, as well as Zenos has already taken orders for the E10 R, with first deliveries expected in March. Aside through the Drive edition of the E10 R, the type is usually the third of three E10 variants, as well as Zenos has no plans to expand the E10 range any further, as in which eyes brand-new type lines.
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