The total number of cars on the world’s roads continues to increase at the rate of botulism bacteria in a one-star kebab shop. But the number of actual car companies has been trending downwards for most of the last century, certainly when you strip no-hope Chinese EV startups out of the mix. The decline is especially obvious when it comes to the long list of fallen British sportscar makers, one that stretches alphabetically from Armstrong Siddeley to the one that brings us here this week – Zenos.
The welts are still unhealed on this one, of course. Because while the