You must be mad to pay nearly 200,000 Pounds for a Noble M600 when for 30 grand less you can buy a Ferrari 458, but exactly for that reason you should! The M600 is an exquisite supercar driven by those who are done showing off their wealth in Ferraris and Lambos and want something more classy, more passionate.
The Leicester-based sportscar maker just released a new set of pictures of the M600 confirming its final production specs. This car has been in the works for quite a while and they’ve been constantly tweaking it to arrive at the best compromise between drivability and insane speed.
Noble M600, the top spec model, gets a twin-turbo 4.4 liter V8 engine mounted somewhere in the middle of that cool carbon fiber body producing 650 horsepower and 604 lb-ft of torque. Given the curb weight of just 1270 kg, that power translates into blistering performance.
It does 0 to 60 mph in 3.0 second, there about, 0 to 120 mph in just 8.9 seconds and can eventually reach a top speed of 225 mph. But it’s not just the straight line performance that’s so brilliant about the M600. Like all Nobles, and indeed all British sportscars, this car loves cornering and that makes it a proper track weapon capable of embarrassing Ferraris and Porsches.
We are particularly fond of the M600’s awesome interior. This version pictured here features a blend of black and red Alcantara and carbon fiber trimming which make the cabin such a nice place to be in. It also gets a macho gear lever, a flat-bottomed steering wheel, and normal equipments like air conditioning and a stereo.
Bu the coolest feature of all in the Noble M600 is the switch that controls traction control. It’s located under a red lid like that of fighter jets. First you open that and then turn the traction control off, as if you are about to launch a missile! Come to think of it, turning the TC off in a Noble really does make act like a missile.
I’d pay 200 grand just for that!
Production-Ready Noble M600 Revealed,