British track-car specialist Zenos went bankrupt in January, after its founders ran out of money before the company could finish developing a coupe version of its lightweight E10 platform. But while the company had to temporarily cancel export orders and cease trading, the search for new investors didn't take all that long. Zenos is now back in business with the help of an investor consortium that includes members behind .
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Zenos' Ecoboost-powered carbon fiber sports cars are now aiming for international success, though there's no word yet on the hardtop project. In the meantime, one of Zenos' founders, Ansar Ali, recently became the managing director of McLaren Special Operations, makers of the fastest and most aerodynamic three-seaters ever.