Noble M600 Supercar begins production run

Noble M600 Supercar begins production run

The Noble M600 supercar has been on car enthusiasts radar since roughly 2008. But it wasn’t officially unveiled till 2009 then it disappeared. Now, Noble has resurfaced with the very first M600 coming off the factory production line.

The British-built supercar comes packing a twin-turbocharged 4.4-litre Yamaha V8 with three different power levels – Road, Track and Race. A clever ‘Adaptable Performance Control’ switch moves the V8’s output between each level, letting the engine produce 335kW, 410kW or a wild 485kW. That much power in a car with a curb weight of just 1,258kg, and you’ve a formula for terrified passengers and a 0-100kph sprint time of around three seconds or less with an estimated top speed of 360 kilometers per hour.

So far only one model has been built, but Noble plans to build 50 to order. The cost? A cool £200,000 ($414,500 NZ) for this beast so the M600 could make this boutique supercar maker some serious coin.

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