The British sports car maker Zenos is planning to reveal a new E10 in November. On the back of requests from customers, the company is planning to upgrade the E10 to make it more capable than ever.
This will involve an upgrade for the brakes with better brake cooling, a new intercooler and a revised exhaust system. The finished E10 should be a track-focused sports car, delivering more than the 250 horsepower it 2.0-liter turbo's engine originally offered and a car more capable of handling the duress of track driving.
Other features Zenos has in mind are the decision to more production from Norfolk all the way to South Africa, according to the AC Cars boss Alan Lubinsky, this will result in the E10's price rising from its original £27,995; this is a necessary step to ensure the brand can stick around long enough to fight the likes of Radical, Caterham and Lotus.
Zenos is set to sell the first 25 upgraded E10s as a limited edition model and offer the upgrades to existing owners.