Noble M600 is a British belter at £200,000
British sports care manufacturer Noble enters the world of high-end supercars with their latest turbocharged 650hp model.
The M600 becomes the first Noble creation to boast a V8 engine, featuring a 4.4-litre Volvo with twin Garrett turbochargers and a Motec ECU.
The longitudinally mounted engine will allow the M600 to reach 100km in 3 seconds, and 160km in approximately 6.5 seconds.
A steel tube skeleton and chassis, stainless steel tub, and carbon-fibre body panels compose the new vehicle that will weigh 1,275 kilograms.
Both front and rear wheels wear Michelin Pilot Sport tyres with 48-centimetre painted alloy wheels at the front and 50 centimetre wheels at the rear.
The standard switchable traction control system is deactivated using the same missile launch switch from a Tornado fighter bomber.
Other features include a Graziano six-speed manual gearbox, fixed-rate dampers, a fixed-ratio steering system and Alcon brakes.
The Noble M600 is believed to carry a price tag of £200,000 a far mark-up from the company's average price range of between £50,000 and £75,000.
The care will make its first public appearance at the Goodwood Revival held from September 19 to 21.
The car’s designers have said the driving experience of the new Noble has been created to offer something similar to that of a Ferrari F40 or McLaren F1; allowing for more input from the driver.
Production on the M600 will begin in autumn with deliveries expected to begin in November.
"The Noble M600 is believed to carry a price tag of £200,000 a far mark-up from the company's average price range of between £50,000 and £75,000."