It’s been a long journey for Noble M600, which was unveiled in 2009 and received lot of praise from pretty much everyone including Top Gear. For different reasons, the M600 was not launched in 2009, and not even in 2010. Finally Noble has confirmed that the production-ready M600 will go on sale this April.
The M600 that goes on sale in April, is the same car that was unveiled in 2009, meaning power comes from a 650bhp mid-mounted 4.4-litre V8 engine with 604 lb-ft of torque. The engine is mated to a six-speed manual transmission, taking the M600 from 0-60 mph in just 3.0 seconds, while the estimated top speed is 225 mph.
Three different power settings are available, depending on where you want to drive the car: 450bhp (Road), 550bhp (Track) and 650bhp (Race).
Built on the tubular space frame chassis, the M600 features a carbon fiber composite body weighing just 1,250kg.
No official word on pricing yet, but back in 2009 it was reported the M600 will be priced at around £200,000.