Zenos a small British car manufacturer is now bankrupt, and is looking for new investors. You can see details about that on it's official web-site. We understand if this is the first time you ever heard about the existence of this automaker, there are many small car companies which build small number of sports cars, and it's pretty hard to keep the eyes on them all.
Zenos first formed back in 2012 by ex Lotus and Caterham engineers. The first model released was the E10, followed by the ever faster E10 S and E10 R models – all three of which seem like highly entertaining little track-day cars. All three models weigh remarkably little at under 1,600 pounds, and the least-powerful E10 uses a naturally aspirated 200-horsepower 2.0-liter four-cylinder. The E10 S uses a turbocharged 2.0-liter engine from the Focus ST, and the E10 R uses a turbocharged 2.3-liter EcoBoost engine rated at 350 horsepower. Considering the output and displacement of that engine, we believe it's the same engine as the Focus RS's, but in a lightweight, mid-engine, rear-drive platform.
The cars were available in the US, but owners here would have to supply a powertrain for it, but considering both the Focus ST and RS are available here, it shouldn't have been too difficult to add one of those engines.