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Speed is the biggest selling point of a supercar and Noble has catered to this desire for years. The M10 kicked off Noble's start in the supercar market and their latest effort, the M600, aims to replicate the original cars success. So, what's it like?
Well, it's fast. And we mean VERY fast. It is not only fastest than all of the Noble cars above, but it is faster than a Ferrari 485, McLaren MP4-12C, Pagani Zonda F and Mercedes SLS. To give you a full idea of just how fast this car, let's talk in-gear times; plant your foot in fourth gear at 40 mph and you'll hit 60 in just 2.3 seconds. Choose third, and you'll do it in 1.4 seconds. Choose second, and you'll do it in a staggering 1.1 seconds. This blistering in-gear pace is courtesy of the M600's stunning engine, which is a Yamaha-sourced 4.4-litre, twin-turbo V8 that produces a whopping 650 bhp at 6,500 RPM and 604 lb /ft of torque at 3,800 RPM. This engine allows the Noble M600 to hit the 200 mph barrier and go from 0 - 100 mph in just 6.5 seconds.
Variable boost from the two Garret turbochargers even lets drivers choose whether they would like access to 450 bhp, 550 bhp and 650 bhp at any one time, making the M600 as involving to drive as possible.
At £200,000, the Noble M600 is priced well out of the league of your average supercar buyer.
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