Finally, Noble has released official images of its latest model, the new M600 supercar. Pricing at £200,000 is more than twice that of previous models, but it brings much more to the table than past models.
It is equipped with a Volvo-based twin-turbo V8 producing 650 horsepower car and is constructed from a stainless steel tub, tube skeleton and chassis, and carbon fiber body panels for a curb weight of just 2810 lbs.
The 4.4L V8 (a first for Noble) has been fitted with twin Garrett turbochargers. There is a choice from three output settings - 450, 550, or 650 horsepower - with maximum torque output of 618 lb-ft.
The car can get to 60 mph in 3.0 seconds flat, 100 mph in 6.5 seconds, and a top speed of 225 mph. Noble clearly aimed to make the M600 a purist driver's car. The traction control system can be completely deactivated, and there is no ESP system or anti-lock brakes.
Shifting will be done old school with a 6-speed manual gearbox and no paddle shifters will be offered.
Customers who have been waiting on the now-extinct M14 and M15 can request for their deposits to be returned if they don't want to purchase the new car. The M600 will make its public debut at the Goodwood Revival on September 19 to 21.