Lee Noble finally reveals his new supercar the M600
The designer and engineer who brought us the Noble M12 and M400 is back with his latest supercar, the Noble M600 and boy does it look gorgeous.
Powering the Noble M600 is a mid-mounted Yamaha 4.4L twin-turbo V8 engine that kicks out 650-hp at 6,800 rpm and 604 lb-ft of torque at 3,800 rpm.
The Noble M600 features three APC (Adaptable Performance Control) settings including Road, Track and Race. In the Road setting, the Noble M600 makes 450-hp; in Track mode it makes 550-hp; and in Race mode, the Noble M600 sends everything to the wheels making a total of 650-hp.
Controlling the supercar’s power is a Graziano 6-speed manual transmission, which also helps 2012 Noble M600 reach an estimated top speed of 225 mph (362km/h).
While Noble believes in the freedom of choice, it will not forgo safety. With that said, traction control on the Noble M600 can be totally de-selected and in order to make sure the function is not used in error, the system provides an ‘are you sure’ fail-safe switch guard. Stopping power comes from Alcon with 380mm semi-floating discs with six piston calipers at the front and 350mm discs with four pistons at the back.
No word on pricing yet or official stats yet, check out the rest of the images in the gallery below.