Director of the company and former Caterham cars CEO Ansar Ali unveiled the car, which is powered by a 197bhp 2.0-litre Ford engine. Available with either a five or six-speed manual transmission, the E10 weighs in at 650kg - meaning it has a power to weight ratio of more than 300bhp per tonne.
Official performance figures for the car have not yet been revealed, but a 0-60mph time of less than five seconds is expected.
While orders have already opened for the standard car, which is priced at £24,995, Zenos is also putting a special Launch Editition of the E10 on sale. Priced at £28,995, the first 75 E10 models will be Launch Editions, and will come with a six-speed manual transmission, performance wheels, a limited-slip differential, a quick-release steering wheel and bespoke paintwork.
Much of the E10's engineering, Ali told Autocar, lies in its simple construction. A single aluminium 'spine' runs the length of the car, with a carbon tub bolted to it to form the shell. Ali says that approach makes the new platform very adaptable, meaning longer-wheelbase designs were also possible.