Noble Automotive - M600/Speedster 600 Price: POA

Last Updated On: 12/05/2018

With the M600, Noble Automotive have painstakingly developed a rare, superlight, carbon bodied hypercar that offers a pure driving experience uncluttered by computer assistance, gear paddle shift, over-assisted brakes or inopportune traction control. The M600 does not compete or align itself with any other current available supercar.

The Yamaha Judd V8 4439cc twin turbo powerplant puts out a maximum 662bhp at 6500rpm, but the car's Adaptable Performance Control function allows the driver to select three levels of power, up to the maximum, depending on location and driving conditions. The M600 also features traction control which can be totally de-selected when required. Top speed is an estimated 225mph (362km/h), with a 0-120mph (193km/h) time of 8.9 seconds (Autocar).

The M600 is primarily designed for speed and handling, however this is not at the expense of either comfort or practicality.

The cabin features a traditional bespoke British hand built finish, with your choice of leather, suede or Alcantara. Contrast or matching twin needle stitching. Exposed carbon centre console, door cards and gear knob, hand turned knobs and bezels and fine quality wool carpets bound to the edge with leather.

The seats, designed and created exclusively for the M600, are of lightweight carbon fibre composite construction which can be bespoke upholstered to individual requirements. Seat backs can be natural exposed carbon or painted to match the exterior. Seat panels can be of any combination or colour.

In early 2015, Noble announced the Speedster 600, basically an open top version of the M600 (images 4 and 5). It has the same performance as the current Noble M600 and is available in both paddle shift and manual, and comes with a removable and stowable targa type top.

In addition to the 'standard' coupe model, Noble also offer the Carbon Sport edition featuring an exceptionally high quality of paint finish, which highlights the carbon fibre bodywork. (images 7 and 8)

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